Pakistani government to have dialogue with cleric that leads protests

Tahir ul Qadri (the leader of the anti-government protesters) gave the President of Pakistan a deadline for negotiations on Thursday, but the president hasn’t responded to his demand.

However, the government recognized the protests and decided to send a delegation on Thursday to hold a dialogue with Qadri.

Four ministers, a number of lawmakers and heads of the coalition parties are set to meet Qadri.

He promised to his supporters that they will not leave until there is a written agreement.

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