Nisar and the Punjab chief minister have always been the bridge between the party and the military leadership.
Strategic support, extended to PM Sharif in his hour of need, may have been politically correct, but apparently not.
Leaders from across the political spectrum regret that the military had to get involved in a political issue.
Nawaz Sharif went into a huddle at his office after the LHC’s decision and leakage of a JIT report.
The PTI leadership has decided to share its new plan of action with opposition parties in a bid to secure their support.
Qureshi says govt has agreed to all but one of party’s demands.
Government feels once Imran calls off his march, Tahirul Qadri may have less room to manoeuvre.
PTI chairman believes ‘this is his moment’ and his party must carry on with its Azadi march.
PTI played its last card when it handed in its resignations.
Sarwar emerged as the troubleshooter for Sharif and has managed to talk his way out of many-a uncomfortable situation.
Shah said the PPP would be supporting PTI for resignation of PM, if it was proven that the 2013 elections were rigged.
‘I will free Pakistan from the dictatorship of Nawaz Sharif who is the fake prime minister,’ says Imran.
Though the meeting appeared to end in a deadlock, the two sides appeared hopeful and friendly towards each other.
Rumor went back and forth in the capital.
PTI further stunned an already tired nation by announcing that its parliamentarians would resign.
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