Following TLP’s long march in Pakistan, Geert Wilders has withdrawn his announcement of contesting blasphemous cartoon contest.
“The threats related to the cartoon contest are running out of control.There is a price on my head, a high Pakistani clergyman (Allama Khadim Hussain Rizvi)-as NCBT told me recently- said a fatwa to me and someone was arrested who want to kill me and that is just one sample of all the threats. I have lost my freedom and probably will have never get it back.” said Wilders in a statement from PVV.
TLP’s long march to Islamabad
Remember that Tehreek Labbaik Pakistan, a famous religopolitical party of Pakistan, hold a long march from Lahore to Islamabad demanding government to expel Dutch envoy if Netherlands don’t stop blasphemous caricature contest. On protest of TLP, foreign minister of Pakistan called his counterpart in Netherlands and conveyed protest. Later, a Pakisatni young man was also detained from Hauge railway station allegedly planning to kill Wilders.
“Fearing attack from Islamic, I am deciding not to let the cartoon contest go ahead.” says Wilder
Foreign minister Shah Mehmmod Qureshi and Peer Muhammad Afzal Qadri, after a negotiations round and announcement from Wilders, hold a joint media talk in which Shah Mehmood requested TLP to take back their decisive long march.