Marchers enter red zone: Imran says no return until PM’s resignation
The marchers who took oaths to remain peaceful have reached parliament house while the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has announced that if the PM does not tender his resignation, he will enter Prime Minister house.
The enthusiatic marchers removed all barriers and wires and are staging a sit-in at Shahrah-e Dastoor.
A minor scuffle followed this effort by marchers which injured four PTI workers.
Considering the situation, and emergency was declared in PIMs and Holy Family Hospital and all staff holidays have been cancelled.
On the other hand, a high level security meeting presided by Prime Minster decided that the PM shall not resign while the marchers shall be allowed to enter in red zone removing all barriers.
PM has ordered the security forces that the protestors must not be fired upon or dealt with violence as the crowd includes women and children.
Heavy contingents of army personnel have been deployed in sensitive buildings in diplomatic enclave.
All the entry routes have been sealed yet again by placing containers so that no more protestors enter the country’s capital.
Tahir-ul-Qadri who has entered red zone with his people’s parliament has said that he is not looking for a PM replacement, he neither wants Nawaz nor Nisar.
Talking to media Qadri said that the 2013 public mandate has been rejected by public as none marched in favour of government.