A four-point agreement was reached between the government and the Libek movement, under which the government would deport the French ambassador in two to three months.
According to details, an agreement has been reached between the government and Tehreek-e-Libek. The four-point agreement has the signatures of the government and Tehreek-e-Libek leaders. The agreement has been handwritten on plain paper.
According to the agreement, the government will deport the French ambassador in 2-3 months. The French ambassador will be deported through a decision-making process in the parliament.
The agreement states that the Pakistani government will not appoint an ambassador to France and that French products will be boycotted at the official level, while the arrested workers will be released immediately.
The agreement has the signatures of the Interior Minister, Minister for Religious Affairs and Commissioner Islamabad, while the signatures of provincial leaders from Tehreek-e-Libek are present.
After the agreement was reached, mobile service was restored in Islamabad and obstructions were removed from the entrances and exits of the twin cities, while the government has issued orders for the release of Tehreek-e-Libek workers.