ISLAMABAD- As the PTI's public meeting draws closer with significant hype surrounding the upcoming event; Senator Rehman Malik today said it was important to note that given his previously rigid attitude, Imran Khan was showing a considerable degree of "flexibility".

Speaking to sources, the senior member of Pakistan Peoples Party's (PPP) central executive committee said, keeping in mind Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf's former rigid demeanor; it appeared that the party was now showing some flexibility when it came to its readiness for talks and relaxation in Imran's terms.

Senator Malik also claimed that there were signs and indications that Imran and his supporters would hold a rally on November 30 and leave as opposed to pulling together a full-blown sit-in or 'dharna'.

After the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) ended its sit-in at D-Chowk in October, the opposition Jirga, of which Senator Malik is a member, urged Imran to follow suit. Senator Malik and the opposition jirga has been attempting to convince PTI leaders to end what now has become their token sit-in.