Won't bend down in front of resignation demands: Sharif

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Nawaz Sharif
Islamabad, Sept 2: Nawaz Sharif, the Pakistani Prime Minister, has clearly said that he would neither resign nor go on leave, despite pressure from anti-government protesters, led by led by Imran Khan and Tahir-ul-Qadri.

In a meeting of leaders of political parties here, he said,"We have rule of Constitution here and we will not allow any one to abrogate it". Following this meeting, it was said that nothing would be encouraged to disturb democracy, which can be dangerous for the federation of Pakistan.

The leaders too expressed their resolve to stand by the Prime Minister in the struggle to defend democracy. According to Radio Pakistan, "All parliamentary parties decided to become party to the petition filed in the Supreme Court for supremacy of the Parliament."

The meetings also condemned the irresponsible role played by the media and a section of the political circuit to create misunderstandings between institutions, quoted NDTV.

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