Pakistan PM Khan rejects calls to step down

Tens of thousands of followers of Maulana Fazal-ur Rehman have gathered in Islamabad, calling for the resignation of what they say is an illegitimate government.

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    Pakistan's prime minister has rejected demands that he step down.

    Tens of thousands of followers of Muslim leader Maulana Fazal-ur Rehman have gathered in Islamabad, calling for the resignation of what they say is an illegitimate government.

    Other opposition parties have supported the anti-government protest but rejected taking it inside Pakistan's capital.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from Islamabad.


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