Pakistani police surround Imran Khan’s residence in Lahore with an approaching deadline


The Pakistani police have surrounded the residence of Imran Khan in Lahore as they approach the deadline set by the government for the opposition leader to end his anti-government protest. The officials have set up barricades and are reportedly carrying out a heavy presence in the area. The police have also reportedly asked the protesters to disperse from the area. The deadline for the protest to end was set for Friday, but Khan has vowed to continue his protest until the government resigns and fresh elections are held. The government has threatened to use force to disperse the protesters if they do not meet the deadline.