For a second day thousands took part in opposition-led 'Azad March' in Islamabad demanding the resignation of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday.
«We will continue this struggle until we throw these illegal rulers out of power. They must realise their rule is over, just putting one leg on the other while sitting on a chair doesn't mean you are ruling, you are no more a ruler of... Еще Pakistan now. You are no more prime minister of this country. Your writ on government has ended,» said Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) President Maulana Fazlur Rahman while addressing the protesters.
The right-wing JUI-F cleric arrived in the capital on Friday after a five-day march throughout the country to draw attention to the country's issues.
The Islamist party, which has the backing of the main opposition parties, set a two-day deadline for Khan to step down earlier on Friday.