Maulana Abdul Aziz agreed to leave the Lal Masjid after Islamabad administration promised to allocate 20 canals of land for construction of Jamia Hafsa.
Maulana Abdul Aziz is expected to leave Lal Masjid on Tuesday (February 11th) after the administration's assurance, while the students who have entered the Jamia Hafsa have also begun to return.
Following a dialogue between the administration and Maulana Abdul Aziz, the siege by the police was also removed.
During the talks, Maulana Abdul Aziz claimed that the 'movement' against former president Pervez Musharraf was started on the demolition of mosques in the federal capital and insisted that similar incidents have been resumed.
The Islamabad administration assured them that their concerns would be communicated to the concerned authorities and their demands would be met in accordance with the Supreme Court decision.
Earlier, a Capital Administration official said that the demand of Maulana Abdul Aziz could not be fulfilled because he wanted to be the addressee of the mosque again and demanded Rs 25 crores with land and an old plot of children's library to build a Jamia unit.
Backdoor negotiations between the Islamabad administration and Lal Masjid's deposed Maulana Abdul Aziz did not come to a conclusion yesterday, and a senior interior ministry official called the matter serious.
Eliminating the conflict, Ehal E Sunnat Wal-Jamaat volunteered to play its role and meet outside the Govt. mosque, while security officials met with the Islamabad administration to control the situation.
However, Maulana Abdul Aziz's supporters and the administration remained steadfast in their own stance, leaving both sides behind.
It should be remembered that Maulana Abdul Aziz returned to the Govt. mosque two weeks ago and repeated the announcement of the mosque's address, the situation was strained when hundreds of students entered the Jamia Hafsa in Sector H11, Islamabad.
In this regard, Maulana Zahoor Alawi, the Principal of the Jamia Mohammadiya and the head of the Wafaq Al-Madaris al-Arabiya Islamabad, declined to meet the Ulema delegation, while his son Maulana Tanveer Alawi said, "It is a clear policy of the federal government that the students They will only get education and will not participate in any kind of politics and other activities. '
Maulana Abdul Aziz said that 'Poems to be heard are not offensive and provocative if they are compared to the music and dance performed at the sit-in.
Comparing the current government to former dictator Pervez Musharraf, he said, "There is always a way, but this government is more ignorant and unjust than the Musharraf government."
Maulana Abdul Aziz said his demand was to enforce the Supreme Court's 2007 decision, saying that he would not leave the Lal Masjid nor the students who had entered the university.
Later, the delegation of the Ehal E Wal-Jamaat came to the Lal Masjid with its President, Islamabad, and met the officers stationed outside the mosque. The delegation assured the Assistant Commissioner of their support and a peaceful resolution of the matter.