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Azadi March Govt deadlock

ISLAMABAD: There was no agreement between the government and the Rahbar Committee on Tuesday.

We hold on to our demands, “said Rahbar committee coordinator Akram Durrani.” We told them about our demands for the resignation of the prime minister and new elections in our meeting with the government committee, “he said.

Khattak, who also held the press conference with Durrani, said there are still talks between the government and the opposition.

“They have their own place, we have ours,” he said. “We are trying to reach the midpoint,” Khattak said, and the talks on both sides will continue. He hoped that the two sides would soon end the deadlock.

History of Azadi March: Thousands of protesters gathered in the federal capital under the banner of Azadi March with the aim of delivering luggage to Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The March ‘Azadi’ caravan, which started from Sindh. I left the city of Lahore in Punjab on Wednesday and ended its trip to Islamabad on Thursday night.

Opposition leaders delivered fiery speeches against the PTI government. On Friday, a 48-hour ultimatum was issued for the Prime Minister to resign.

The head of the JUI-F, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, gave Prime Minister Imran two days to resign. In case the protesters marched to the Prime Minister’s house, ‘pressure’ the Prime Minister to resign and ‘arrest. ‘

On Saturday, the government announced that they would ask the courts for statements made by Fazlur Rehman, accusing him of “instigating the people” and calling him “riot.”

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