Pakistan’s opposition to ramp up protests to force out PM Imran Khan

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Pakistani protesters were gathering on Wednesday and thousands of activists remained camped in the capital after an opposition leader pledged to ramp up action to oust Prime minister Imran Khan.

Opposition leaders announced plans to block major highways, halt traffic and suspend the fuel supply from the southern port city of Karachi late Tuesday night.

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Members of Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam Islamic party led by an influential cleric, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, captured a major highway in Islamabad on Nov.

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