Tens of thousands of Pakistanis protested in the nation's capital on Sunday, calling for the current prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, to resign. It's been just over a year since Sharif took power after a landslide election, but the public has turned against the “corrupt” prime minister. The rally was led by opposition leaders, cleric Tahir ul-Qadri and Imran Khan, a former cricket star. Sharif has been struggling to maintain popular support while the country has been plagued with a sluggish economy and a Taliban insurgency. As a result, many young and disenchanted men have increasingly turned to anti-Western militant groups, instead. Student Muhammed Qasim, 21, said” I told my parents, if I am martyred, pray for me."