The agreement states that Pakistan will «totally boycott French products at the governmental level.» There was no official confirmation from the government of the agreement, but the Interior Ministry announced the immediate release of all orders in the last two days from different parts of Punjab. According to a written agreement that Khadim Hussain Rizvi`s son, Saad Rizvi, shared with SAMAA Digital, the government will «evict» the French ambassador within two to three months with parliamentary consensus. The French embassy has not yet decided on the TLP government`s agreement. The agreement was signed by Pakistani Interior Minister Ijaz Shah and Pir Noor ul Haq Qadri, Minister of Religious Affairs, in the early hours of Tuesday. Protesters continue to occupy Faizabad – No official confirmation of the agreement A TLP spokesman has published a copy of the handwritten agreement signed by Minister of Religious Affairs Pir Noorul Qadri, Interior Minister Ijaz Shah and Deputy Commissioner Islamabad. The agreement with TLP leaders was signed by Interior Minister Ijaz Shah, Minister of Religious Affairs Noor-ul-Haq Qadri and Islamabad Commissioner Aamir Ahmed. Under the agreement, the country will not post an ambassador to France and French products will be boycotted at the government level. Asked about the conditions under which the protesters would leave Faizabad, the minister said that the TLP would announce the points of the agreement from its stage. The agreement signed between the two parties has four provisions.
First, that the government will ask the question of expelling the French ambassador to Parliament «within two or three months.» She also said that the government «will not appoint its ambassador to France.» The agreement presented to the media bears the signatures of the Minister of Religious Affairs and the Minister of the Interior. It says that the government will also let Parliament decide whether to expel the French ambassador. The Pakistani government has not commented on the so-called agreement. The sit-in also ended after an agreement with the government that guaranteed protesters immunity from prosecution and secured the resignation of the government`s justice minister. «We are calling for our protests after the government signed an agreement to officially approve the boycott of French products,» Ejaz Ashrafi, a spokesman for the group, told Reuters news agency. Members of the extremist group Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) have marked copies of an agreement with the signatures of at least two ministers. But on Tuesday, the government said the problem had not yet been resolved. Nor did he confirm the operation of a boycott. The agreement stipulates that, within three months, the government will take a decision from Parliament on the expulsion of the French ambassador, will not appoint its ambassador to France and will release all arrested TLP workers.