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Do you believe the Pakistan political crisis is scripted?


The plan to oust the PML-N led government and topple Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from power is reaching critical mass. The last 48 hours saw the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) anti-government protests morph Islamabad's Red Zone from a concert ground to a bloody battlefield, with at least three people killed and hundreds injured. The deadly confrontation shows little signs of letting up, as both Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri have encouraged their supporters to battle on, while negotiations with the government appear to be going nowhere - despite the Pakistan Army playing the role of 'mediator'.

'It won't be called a martial law'

Javed Hashmi said he was ashamed and said he was sure Imran was too. "Now I'm going to say something and maybe Imran will refute that as well but it would be good if he didn't.""Imran had told the core committee it won't be called a martial law...we will file a petition in the Supreme Court and get a judge of our choosing...and he will say okay...we didn't talk about Bangladesh...that CJ will validate the actions that will be taken eventually...today I have heard that CJ has called all judges...Justice Jilani will retire and the current CJ will become chief justice...and they will get rid [of the government]".

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