According to interior ministry sources, the government has ordered all Turkish residents affiliated with Pak-Turk to leave Pakistan by 20 November.
Some teachers, including Mr Ishrat and Waseem Iqbal, stressed the need that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should reconsider his decision about deporting the Turkish citizens as it was a matter of serious concern equally for the parents, teachers and students.
In Lakki Marwat, the residents held a demonstration on Thursday to protest the government's decision to deport the Turkish staffers of Pak-Turk schools in the country.
Gulen runs a network of schools and forums in addition to having business stakes.
Opponents see the proposed change as a vehicle for Erdogan's ambition, and fear it will bring increasing authoritarianism to a country already under fire from Western allies over its deteriorating record on rights and freedoms, especially after widespread purges in the wake of a failed military coup in July. Erdogan also talked about terrorism and said peace was not possible in the world and in the Muslim countries until the terrorist groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda were tackled.
Erdogan arrives in Pakistan amid uncertainty of the fate of Pak-Turk schools in the country.
The Turkish president has been to Pakistan on a number of occasions.
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The school on Thursday posted a new statement on its website saying the "PakTurk International Schools and Colleges in Pakistan have no affiliation or connection with any political individual or any movement or organization". As a result, worldwide rating agencies have upgraded Pakistan's economic outlook as well as its ratings. The joint session of the parliament has now been prorogued. Earlier he said his party's lawmakers would boycott Erdogan's speech in parliament, but on Tuesday media reports suggested that Khan was ready to revise his decision on request from the Turkish ambassador in Pakistan.
"They moved rapidly in the direction of ending the (Gulen movement's) presence in Pakistan and toward thwarting their attempts at unrest", Erdogan said.
Pakistan's proponents of secularism are angry about Ankara's demands to crack down on Gulen institutions.
Erdogan also expressed his aspiration to expand multidimensional relations with Islamabad in various fields, including defense, culture, education, and health. They are also opposed to PM Sharif's close ties with President Erdogan, whom they consider an "authoritarian ruler".
The two leaders expressed satisfaction over the progress achieved towards implementation of ongoing projects under the framework of the Pakistan-Turkey High Level Strategic Cooperation Council and resolved to explore new avenues for collaboration in the forthcoming 5th Session of the HLSCC, to be held in Turkey.
The official told PTI that these schools will now be operating under a local NGO registered with the Pakistani government.