Opposition parties of Pakistan rallied against the ruling party and Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday, at a day-long multi-party meeting. The parties called for Khan’s resignation and a nationwide protest movement to unseat the PM.
The alliance of the opposition parties, called the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), plans a wave of rallies and protests, starting next month.
The opposition parties are primarily protesting against the role of the army in Pakistan’s politics and demanding for a new law of accountability.
Former PM calls out army generals
Nawaz Sharif, the former PM of Pakistan and current leader of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N), addressed the meeting through video, stating that the army has gone from a “state within a state” to a “state above the state.”
Sharif’s audio was reportedly muted on some TV channels when…