HYDERABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh chapter president Zubair Khan announced here on Friday that his party would launch a civil disobedience movement after its anti-government public mobilisation campaign.
Addressing a news conference at the press club, he said PTI chief Imran Khan would start a visit to Sindh on Dec 2 as part of the public mobilisation drive and would be in Hyderabad on Dec 3.
He said that after addressing a public meeting in Karachi, the party chief would arrive in Hyderabad to lead rallies and public meetings, adding that a public meeting would be held in Hyderabad whether or not the district government gave permission for it.
Khan said the federal, provincial and district governments have failed to address the problems of the citizens. He added that the local government system has failed in the country, especially in Sindh, where people are deprived of basic necessities of life.
He said civic life has been disturbed through development works and ill- planning is resulting in difficulties for the citizens. Roads are in a poor condition in Hyderabad and other parts of the province, he said.
Khan said the PTI wanted to form a combined opposition, but the opposition is not united.
Source: The News