After Imran Khan lost the no-trust vote against his government in Pakistan's National Assembly in the wee hours of Sunday and was removed from the post of prime minister, his supporters took to the streets on Sunday.
At a demonstration in Lahore, Imran Khan's supporters came out in thousands and raised slogans against the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM). PDM is a group of Opposition political parties including the Pakistan Muslim League (N) that worked together to oust Imran Khan.
In a picture of the protest, countless people can be seen gathered.
Members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), headed by Imran Khan, took out rallies in several other cities of Pakistan too on Sunday. This includes Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Malakand, Multan Khanewal, Khyber, Jhang and Quetta.
Earlier, Imran Khan tweeted that Sunday marked the beginning of a "freedom struggle" against what he called a "foreign conspiracy of regime change" in Pakistan.
IMRAN KHAN OUSTED
Despite the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government's efforts to avoid voting on the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan, the joint Opposition succeeded in ousting him when 174 members of the 342-member National Assembly voted against him post midnight on April 10.
With that, Imran Khan became the first prime minister in the country's history to be removed from office via a no-trust vote.
(With inputs from PTI)