IS PM Nawaz Sharif Resigning Or Not?

As we all know that the day of 14th August 2014 has brought a happiness of freedom as well as long marches by famous politic parties of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and Pakistan Awami Tehreek. Both the opposition parties have been undertaking their long marches since last one week. The chairperson of Tehreek-E-Insaf, Imran Khan thinks that in the election of year 2013, corruption has taken place and the both PM Nawaz Sharif and CM Shehbaz Sharif should have to resigning from their post. Imran Khan wants to carry out the re-election. On other side, Tahir-Ul-Qadiri is demanding the arrest warrant of PM and CM both for the incident of Model Town. This is a very hard time for whole Pakistani public because they are facing so many problems because of these long marches. But the question is that is PM Nawaz Sharif resigning or not?

Is PM Nawaz Sharif Resigning Or Not?

IS PM Nawaz Sharif Resigning Or Not 1

The chairpersons of Pakistan Tehreek-Insaf and Pakistani Awami Tehreek have given deadlines to PM to take a decision and resign to their posts. Now the both parties are moving inside the red zone of Islamabad where they will going to settle outside the Parliament House of Pakistan. It has been revealed by the Pakistani media that PM has undertaken a meeting inside the PM House and where he has takenĀ  a decision that they will not resign form their post at any cost. CM Shehbaz Sharif wants to resign but PM Nawaz Sharif does not let him go for resigning. Now PM wants to meet the both chairpersons of PAT and PTI to resolve the issue and bring back the peace in country but Imran Khan and Tahir-Ul-Qadiri are denying to meet the PM at any cost. They only want their resigning and arrest warrants.

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Moreover, the PM and CM are still speeding up with the process of meeting Imran Khan and Tahir-Ul-Qadiri. Let’s see what happen after few days in Pakistan. Is PM Nawaz Shairf Resigning or not?

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