islamabad - Police and Islamists went to the Pakistani capital Islamabad on Sunday for two consecutive days. Activists set fire to vehicles and then retreated to the protest camp that they have been organizing for more than two weeks on the main exit road of the city.
On Saturday, six people were killed and 125 wounded in the fighting between the police and the Islamists. That happened when the police wanted to put an end to the blockade of Islamists. They demand the departure of the Minister of Justice, because he has changed an oath in the elections so that they lead to blasphemy.
The police and paramilitary forces have surrounded the protest camp in the Faizabad district on the road to Rawalpindi. The army was asked to help restore order but did not respond to it.