Prime Minister Imran told PTI lawmakers not to worry about the Azadi March sit-in protest, in a meeting that took place on Thursday.
"The issue [dharna] will be solved through reconciliation," Prime Minister Imran was quoted as saying.
The prime minister urged PTI parliamentarians to support him against rising inflation in the country.
"We will bring hoarders to the book," he said. "Pakistan is going through artificial inflation because of these hoarders," he added.
Prime Minister Imran lashed out at the Sindh Government and said that the situation in Karachi was taking a turn for the worse day by day.
"The Sindh Government has completely failed," the prime minister was quoted as saying. "I will pay a visit to Karachi soon."
The prime minister issued directives for all PTI lawmakers to remain in parliament. He said that all parliamentarians should play their role in ensuring that the Pakistan Medical Authority bill passes.
The prime minister said that people had started treating the medical profession as their business. He said that people were running their own medical colleges and were also members of the medical board.
"These people are playing with human lives," he reportedly said. "They should be dealt with strictly."
Azadi March background
Thousands of protesters have converged on the federal capital under the banner of the Azadi March, seeking to send packing Prime Minister Imran Khan packing.
The ‘Azadi’ March caravan, which set off from Sindh, left Punjab’s city Lahore on Wednesday and culminated its journey Thursday night in Islamabad.
Opposition leaders delivered fiery speeches against the PTI government on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, giving the prime minister a 48-hour ultimatum to resign.
JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman gave Prime Minister Imran two days to step down, failing which the protesters threatened to march to the PM House, 'force' the prime minister to step down, and 'arrest' him.
The government announced on Saturday that they would approach the courts over Fazlur Rehman's statements, accusing him of "instigating the people" and rallying them for 'mutiny'.
While the ultimatum has run out, Fazl continues to push the demand for the prime minister to resign and go home.