Social networking websites in Pakistan were abuzz with different trends, arguments and debates in support or opposition of political parties.
Supporters of Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Canada-based cleric Tahirul Qadri's Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) are staging a sit-in outside the Parliament House in a bid to depose Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over alleged rigging in last year's general election.
Top trends in Pakistan on Twitter were #IamNawaz, #GoNawazGo, #RedZone, #ChaloChaloIslamabadChalo and #AwamiParliament.
Political leaders were not far behind in taking swipes at each other on the social media.
"Sharif brothers will continue to run govt even after resigning. FIR against them cannot be registered till end of the govt," Qadri tweeted.
Khan has been regularly tweeting about his course of action and demands.
"I want all Pakistanis 2 get here breaking all barriers. Warning police 2 release r ppl or v will punish them 4 unlawfully detaining r ppl," he tweeted today.
"When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." Yesterday we took a giant step 4 Naya Pakistan & democracy," he said.
Coming to the defence of her father, Maryam Nawaz Sharif has been actively tweeting, taking on Khan and Qadri.
"Pakistanis, PMLN stand behind their leader & Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Anti-Pakistan elements identified & singled out," Maryam tweeted.
"In the aftermath of this hooliganism, the facts & actuality that inevitably will surface will haunt these traitors in the garb of leaders," she said.
The Pakistan Peoples Party has not actively taken sides in the confrontation but that has not deterred Bilawal Bhutto Zardari from tweeting his views on the political scenerio.
"On the one hand there is @ImranKhanPTI & his political suicide attack on democracy. On the other hand there's a suicidal government that will take democracy with it if it dies now. If only PPP&other left parties were free 2 campaign in 2013 wed have a govt w/real mandate 2 solves Pakistans many issues," he tweeted.