"If Nawaz Sharif does not resign then we will enter into the PM House," Khan said last night while addressing to protesters, outside the parliament.
Khan said that he has given Prime Minister Sharif till tomorrow (Wednesday) evening to resign. Earlier, the rallies led by Pakistan Awami Tehreek and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf marched into the Red Zone and set up camp in front of the Parliament House, even as the government, opposition members and the army urging all stakeholders to end the impasse via talks.
Khan: If something were to happen to me, you will take revenge from Nawaz Sharif
"Promise me, if something were to happen to me, you will take revenge from Nawaz Sharif," Khan said before starting his march towards the Red Zone that houses important government buildings including the Parliament House, Prime Minister House, President House, the Supreme Court besides embassies.
Unfazed by army deployment, Khan and Awami Tehreek chief Tahir-ul Qadri marched towards the Parliament demanding Sharif's resignation, putting the PML-N-led government on the backfoot. Police baton-charged Qadri's Awami Tehreek protesters as they neared the Parliament.
Clashes took place between them and the police. After the initial minor skirmishes, police slowly retreated as part of policy to avoid violence.
The protesters had reached the Constitution Avenue as the government decided to withdraw security forces. "PM just told me he has ordered the police not to use any kind of force against the protesters as women