Over 30 killed and hundreds injured in Pakistan.
Pakistan Taliban Tahir between shots.
Extremists, possibly Taliban attacked a military post in isolated Pakistani troubled northwestern region, which killed at least 31 people in the initial attack and subsequent cross fire and rocket attack on a residential building.
Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, saying the attack was a response to attack a U.S. drone in the neighboring province of North Waziristan, carried out last month, which killed two Pakistani commanders.
Recently, due to the unprecedented street pressure the government of Pakistan was forced to sign a "Declaration of Islamabad" and promised that parliamentary elections will be held in accordance with the Constitution and in time, and that the country will form acceptable to all political parties transitional government .
The government also pledged not to prosecute the protesters and allow them to return home safely.
Earlier, Pakistani security forces shot into the air and used tear gas in the capital Islamabad, trying to deal with anti-government protest, which is believed to be backed by the military.
Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered his arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf in connection with a corruption case in energy projects while he was energy minister.
Mohammed Tahir ul Shots led "march of millions" against the government in Pakistan and will probably win.
Pakistan is a nuclear power, has the eighth largest armed forces is now a strategic ally of the U.S. and China. He is a member of the United Nations and the Commonwealth.
We have strong tensions with India by the deadly clashes in the disputed Kashmir region.
University lecturer and Islamic preacher with Canadian and Pakistani citizenship Tahir shots gave the government an ultimatum to the government and squatted.
Shots Tahir was the leader of the movement leadership "Tehrik-e-ul-Quran minhadzh."
Shots that went in Islamabad along with his supporters on Monday and began a protest near parliament, made four requests during a speech Wednesday afternoon, including the implementation of electoral reforms, elections and changes in the central election commission.