After a half-day strike, life returns to normal in Karachi
KARACHI (92 News) – Life returned to usual as routine business activities resumed on Sunday after 1pm as the time for the shutter-down strike called by the MQM against “anti-Sindh budget” expired.
Earlier, roads wore a deserted look as MQM had appealed traders and transporters yesterday to suspend their activities against the budget presented by Sindh government. Most of the trading centres, shops, petrol pumps were closed along with hotels and bakeries which open early morning. On Saturday night the MQM’s Rabita Committee appealed public to keep observe strike till 1pm and resume their activities after the specified time.