Imran Khan reaches Hyderabad, will visit Karachi today; says will respond to Khawaja Asif in assembly
KARACHI/ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairperson Imran Khan reached Hyderabad before going to Karachi today(Wednesday) to campaign for NA-246 by-polls.
The PTI candidate for the constitutency, Imran Ismail has warned that if any untoward incident occurs today, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) will be responsible for it. “The PTI chairperson has no intention to spread any sort of mischief; The MQM should clear the Jinnah ground for him,” he said.
He said that the PTI chief will spend all of Thursday in the constituency, campaigning and meeting party workers. “He will also visit the Yadgar-e-Shuhda and offer Fatiha there,” he said.
Meanwhile, Imran Khan, has said that he intends to break the shackles of fear in Sindh and Karachi. “I will visit Karachi to encourage people to vote for change,” he said.
While commenting on the rowdy behaviour of parliamentarians, especially Khawaja Asif in the National Assembly, the PTI chief said not even hoodlums use such a language. “Nawaz Sharif remained silent on rude remarks about the PTI. We will respond as well,” he said.
Earlier on Monday, the PTI returned to the National Assembly on the request of the government after approval of the judicial commission to investigate rigging allegations in the 2013 General Elections.