Are the Chaudhry brothers and Tahirul Qadri 'saviours of the nation'? Will Imran Khan and other Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leaders be arrested?

As the government mulls how to deal with the PTI and PAT, political stakeholders on Twitter share their two cents about the much-touted August 14 ‘Azadi March’.


Khurram Dastgir Khan cannot hold back the sarcasm:

Meanwhile, Nabil Gabol is building off current speculation and rumours.

Bushra Gohar is sure someone else is pulling the strings.

The Minister of Railways asks a loaded question:

Shireen Mazari remains resolute, and on script.

And the final word is that of Chief Minister Punjab, who leaves us with some poetically penned food for thought:

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