Islamabad Police on Wednesday night released banned terrorists outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba Chief Maulana Ahmed Ludhianvi after the negotiations between the leaders of Wahabi coalition and the local police administration led by so-called Islamic party Jamaat-e-Islami.
Terrorists Ahmed Ludhianvi was arrested by the Islamabad Police for violating section 144 of the constitution.
Ejaz-ul-Haq, the son of Wahabi Army dictator Zia-ul-Haq, Killer of hundreds of Shia Muslims Fazal-ur-Rehman Khalil (Harkat-ul-Ansar), Abdullah Gill (Son of Hameed Gul) and Jamaat-e-Islami leader Mian Aslam negotiated on the behalf of terrorists of Suipah-e-Sahaba, while on the other hand Interior Minister Rehman Malik along with police officials of Islamabad participated in the talks.
Earlier Ludhianvi was shifted to I-9 police station of Islamabad by police while the supporters of the leader staged a sit-in outside the police station demanding for the release of ASWJ leader.
Its pertaining to mention here that the Islamabad City Police managed to detain terrorists Ahmed Ludhianvi, chief of the banned terrorists outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP), under section 144 of the Pakistan penal code on Tuesday.
Police officials said that a First information Report (FIR) had been registered against Ludhianvi in I-9 police station, however Police could not formally arrest him.
Maulana Ludhianvi is the chief of banned outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba, renamed to the Ahle Sunnat wal Jamaat (ASWJ) entered Islamabad on Tuesday. Police first intercepted him on ninth avenue and tried to arrest him for an outstanding case registered against him at the Margalla Police station on February 5, under section 11-G of Anti Terrorism (Act).
However, Ludhianviâ€™s armed aides and his security detail resisted police attempts to arrest him, and held them off for more than two hours. Meanwhile, Ludhianvi said that he will surrender before the police, if senior leaders of the Difa-e-Pakistan Council Pakistan (DPC) asked him to do so.
On February, 21 Islamabad administration banned him from participating in a DPC rally which was later held in Aabpara Market.