Opposition leaders led by Maulana Fazlur Rehman in Pakistan on Thursday gave a 48-hour deadline for Prime Minister Imran Khan to resign and said that two days later, the anti-government sweeping demonstration will take a new shape. The leader of the right-wing Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) is leading a large demonstration that continued on Thursday for the seventh day. In this demonstration called 'Independence March', the protesters have demanded resignation from Khan, accusing Khan of "rigging" him in the 2018 general elections. Addressing thousands of supporters on Thursday, Rehman said that the government negotiators should not come forward for talks without taking the Prime Minister's resignation. "There is no need to come to us," Xiao TV quoted him as saying. When you come, So you should come with the intention of leaving the corridors of power behind. "He said to Khan that now you have reached a place where there is no way to go further and now you have to decide that you become there Want to stay or move there and give people back their rights.
Meanwhile, the chairman of the opposition's Rahbar committee said that she would step up the pressure on the government. Senior JUI-F leader Akram Khan Durrani said the independence march would take a new direction after two days. He said that his party workers are firm. They can stay here for three months. Pakistan People's Party leader Furtullah Babur said that the opposition is keeping the government under pressure. He described it as the first phase. Earlier in the day, the newspaper 'The Dawn' According to the report, Punjab Legislative Assembly Speaker Chaudhary Parvez Elahi, a member of the government's team of negotiators, met Rahman at his home in Islamabad on Thursday to end the protest.
Elahi told reporters after the meeting that we will soon convey 'good news' to the country regarding the dialogue between the government and the opposition. "We hope (and) things seem to be going towards betterment," the newspaper quoted Elahi as saying. Opposition parties including Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Has also supported this anti-government demonstration. Rahman on Wednesday warned that if their demands were not met, chaos would certainly ensue.