Political pressure in Pakistan: Supporters of Imran Khan encounter the resistance of police

Former prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, on Monday Might 25 urged his supporters to take to the streets, and the scenario is decaying in a number of huge cities.

Supporters of Khan first marched in Lahore and Karachi then they took to the streets in Islamabad and confronted the resistance of police.

In line with Pakistani media retailers, the federal government of Pakistan has urged the military to take motion in opposition to livid protesters.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) members, supporters of Imran Khan, have set hearth on timber and automobiles in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Earlier, ‘The Impartial’ shared a video which confirmed that protesters led by Imran Khan entered Punjab, and meant to move to Islamabad, capital of Pakistan.

On Tuesday Might 24, Imran Khan known as on his supporters to take to the streets, and underlined that they’ll stay in Islamabad untill announcement of dates for dissolution of assemblies and elections are given.

It’s mentionable that earlier in March Khan confronted no-confidence vote by parliament of Pakistan because of this he resigned, and Shahbaz Sharif turned prime minister.

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