Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto arrived in Islamabad on Tuesday, saying she has no plans to meet or negotiate with President Pervez Musharraf.
Ms. Bhutto says she is in the capital to meet with opposition party members. In comments to reporters, she demanded that General Musharraf restore the constitution -- which has been suspended since he imposed emergency rule last Saturday.
Ms. Bhutto also urged the president to appear on television to say elections set for mid-January will be held on schedule.
General Musharraf's Cabinet met Tuesday to discuss the timetable for parliamentary elections. Officials say no final decision has been made on whether to postpone the ballot.
Earlier, Pakistan's deposed chief justice rallied his supporters in a cellphone conversation from his home, where he remains under arrest. Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry urged them to defy police, protest emergency rule and stand up for the constitution.