Pakistan's cricketer turned politician Imran Khan, center, talks to journalists outside the Supreme Court in Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)
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Pakistan's government on Monday vowed to block protests in Islamabad if opposition leader Imran Khan pushes ahead with plans to shut down the government and transport in the capital from Nov. 2 .Khan has demanded that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resign over the Panama Papers data leak that linked the premier's family to offshore wealth.However, government spokesman Pervaiz Rashid said on Monday there would be no repeat of 2014, as Khan vowed the same day that a million people would protest.The admission temporarily eased the pressure on Sharif's government but the opposition is once again using the Panama Papers to try and unseat Sharif.
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