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Pak updates: Animals in Europe treated better than humans in Pak, says Khan

Islamabad, Sept 1: Fresh clashes resumed between protesters and police here on Monday and the latter resorted to tear gas shelling to disperse the agitators seeking resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Here are the updates:

10.17 pm: Unfortunate that Army is being dragged into such controversies: Pakistan military statement rejecting assertions of Army backing protestors.

10.02 pm: Pakistan military rejects assertions of the Army and ISI backing anti-government protestors.

9.32 pm: Pakistan to crack down on anti-govt protestors.

8.30 pm: "Animals in Europe are treated better than humans in Pakistan," says Imran Khan.

8.15 pm: Imran Khan tweets, says have rescued KP PTI MPA Iftikhar Mashwani from illegal detention for three days in secretariat Thana

8.10 pm: 'Islamabad Administration has reported that police used 10,000 gas shells, 1000 chemical gas, 5000 rubber bullets on protesters demanding resignation of Nawaz Sharif' said Imran Khan.

7.35 pm: Reports suggest that Anonymous Pakistan likely to carry out cyber attacks, to hack government sites, leak bank records in support of PTI.

7.20 pm: Pakistan SC offers to assist in resolving ongoing political crisis .

6.49 pm: Pakistan government rubbishes media reports, says Nawaz Sharif not resigning.

6.25 pm: Around 6 people have reportedly got injured in the clashes.

6.00 pm:  Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman Imran Khan and cleric Tahir-ul Qadri were booked on terrorism charges.

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