Imran Khan
Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer-turned politician and chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) political party, addresses to his supporters in front of the Parliament house in Red Zone, during the ongoing anti-government protests in Islamabad, Pakistan on August 27, 2014. Getty Images

As the 14th day nears end since Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) protesters took to the streets demanding Prime Minister Nawaz Shareef to step down, Pakistani cricketer-turned politician and PTI chairman, Imran Khan has predicted that a final decision will be made by tomorrow (28 August), Express Tribune reported.

PTI Spokesperson, Faisal Javed Khan, shared the news on Twitter, along with Khan.

PAT Chairman, Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri, has also confirmed that tomorrow (28 August) will be the final showdown. "Talks with government have failed. Today [28 August] will be the day of Revolution. No need to send any minister for negotiations now ... a decision will be made, and the people will make that decision," said Qadri.

Qadri has demanded legal action against those accused over the Lahore massacre near his headquarters.The deadly clashes between police and PAT supporters in June 2014 resulted in the deaths of 14 PAT supporters, including two women. Over 100 people were also reportedly injured on the day.

The Azadi (freedom) March began on 14 August, Pakistan's Independence Day, with a mission for Naya (new) Pakistan, free of corruption. Khan had kick-started the March saying: "The entire Pakistan knows that the general elections were rigged," before warning the government to verify the voting count or else a Tsunami March will take over Pakistan.

Karachi-based political party, Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM)'s leader, Altaf Hussain has also confirmed that if the just demands of PAT are unmet, he will stand together with PAT.

"We think all the constitutional demands of Qadri should be accepted, says governor Sindh," said Hussain.

Both Imran Khan and Dr. Qadri have called off all further negotiations with the government today (27 August) until Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resigns.

"The government has offered to make me deputy prime minister. No more talks till PM resigns," concluded Khan today (27 August).