The spokesman said that Khan’s supporters were arrested for violating section 144 which was imposed in the capital.
At least three people have been killed and over 550 injured during the protests.
So far, those who think attrition would weaken the cults if the standoff is prolonged are being proved wrong.
While both sides claimed that “progress had been made”, there are “core issues” that needed to be resolved.
Though the talks were inconclusive yet leaders from both sides said their were some positive outcomes from the talks.
Both Khan and cleric Tahir ul-Qadri agreed to talk to the opposition ‘jirga’
Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri lead an attack against representative democracy.
The Pakistani SC bench decided to fix the responsibility of the losses as a result of the protests.
Thousands had tried to storm Sharif’s house in protests led by Imran Khan and firebrand cleric Tahir ul-Qadri.
The pressure specially mounted on Monday when protesters occupied the state-run television and army was called to evict them.
The protests in Pakistan are now threatening, rather than defending, its fragile democracy.
Slow reforms, long absences from parliament, poor relations with the military and his powerful family have all gone against Pakistan PM.
The past weekend’s events suggest Rawalpindi may try to oust the Pakistan PM from power.
Police fired tear gas shells and rubber bullets to disperse the protesters outside the PM’s residence.
The situation was very tense in the capital as a number of demonstrators refused to budge from the protest site.