Pakistan opposition rallies as deadline for PM Khan to quit nears

The opposition parties march in Islamabad as their Sunday night deadline for Pakistan prime minister's resignation approaches.

    Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters have rallied again in Pakistan's capital, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

    The so-called "freedom march" - led by a conservative opposition party - arrived in Islamabad on Thursday.

    Al Jazeera's Kamal Hyder reports from Islamabad.


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