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PESHAWAR, August 27: The Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf and the Pakistan Awami Tehreek have warned the government to fulfill their demand by today or they may turn violent.

Talks between the committees of the government and two political parties failed once again on 26 August. PTI leader Mr Shah Mehmood Qureshi said the negotiations would resume today.

Meanwhile, PTI chief Mr Imran Khan says it is last day for negotiations today and that if the government did not accept his demands and the Prime Minister Mr Nawaz Sharif did not resign, he would give a new shape to his protest.

On the other hand, the deadline given by Dr Tahirul Qadri for fulfillment of demands will end today.

Qadri said the police must lodge an FIR in the Model Town incident of Lahore, where several of party supporters had been killed on 17 June, and that his other demands must also be fulfilled otherwise “his protest would become a revolution”.

The investigation report about the Model Town incident has already been completed and a judicial commission has held the government responsible for the killing of 14 people by the police while about 100 people had been injured.