Pakistan police arrest radical Islamist party head in Lahore

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LAHORE, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistan police Monday captured the head of an extreme Islamist ideological group a day after he compromised the public authority with fights on the off chance that it didn’t oust France’s minister over portrayals of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.

Lahore police boss Ghulam Mohammad Dogar said Saad Rizvi was captured to “keep up rule of peace and law.” But Rizvi’s confinement immediately attracted fights urban areas around the country by Islamists, who hindered interstates and streets in a few urban communities.

Rizvi approached the public authority to respect what he said was a responsibility it made in February to his gathering to remove the French emissary before April 20 over the distribution in France of portrayals of Islam’s Prophet.

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