Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) Chief Khadim Hussain Rizvi and senior leader Afzal Qadri were among the 500 people, who have been booked on Saturday in 11 different cases by the police.

The TLP leaders were booked on charges of rioting and disrupting peace in various parts of Lahore, the police said. The sit-ins and protests were called off late last night after the party reached an agreement with the government on the matter of Asia Bibi blasphemy case.

After the Supreme Court (SC) passed a verdict that acquitted Asia Bibi from the blasphemy charges against her, TLP announced to protest against the decision. During the three-day protest across the country, a number of vehicles and properties were destroyed. Main intersections and roads were also blocked in major cities, resulting in severe mobility issues for people.

Several thousand demonstrators gather near government offices in Islamabad as multiple religious parties held separate protests in major cities. The protests resulted in the suspension of mobile services in major cities across Pakistan, apart from Karachi.