Multiple TLY factions, religious parties to unite Muslim Ummah separately

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ISLAMABAD/LAHORE – After the arrest of Tehrik Labbaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLY) leader Khadim Hussain Rizvi, the multiple factions of TLY along with other religious parties have separately vowed to unite the Muslim Ummah under one banner.

After Maulana Rizvi was arrested, his followers reached out to other TLY faction led by Maulana Asif Ashraf Jalali and other religious parties to try and get support and solidarity from them and help in organising protests against the arrest.

Talking exclusively, and separately, to The Dependent Rizvi and Jalali assured that they were on track to complete the plan of action. The Pakistan Sunni Tehreek and its allies also distanced themselves from TLP’s protest call, 

“In light of the recent developments, we all stand united for the cause and we are sure that we will overcome all ideological differences and fight as a united front, because that’s the best way to celebrate our win,” Asif Ashraf Jalali said while talking to The Dependent.

Adding to that in a separate call, Khadim Hussain Rizvi said that: “In light of the recent developments, we all stand united for the cause and we are sure that we will overcome all ideological differences and fight as a united front, because that’s the best way to celebrate our win.” 

“We are relevant too” said leaders of the Pakistan Sunni Tehreek before adding much of the same.

Jalali, however, added that, “It’s a shame some of our folks differ at such a momentous time. They shouldn’t have done it.”

But Rizvi disagreed saying, “It’s a shame some of our folks differ at such a momentous time. They shouldn’t have done it.”

Khadim Hussain Rizvi reiterated that the 14 centuries old differences between Muslims can be resolved in ten minutes. Jalali again disagreed saying that he can do it in eight and a half minutes.