ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) said that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) is sacred of PTI’s popularity in Sindh, Aaj News reported.
Khan in one of his tweets highly condemned the violence that occurred last night in Karachi. Khan blamed PPP for initiating the attack on his camp and urged the Sindh government to arrest the culprit behind the attacks. PPP is scared of PTI’s rising popularity in Sindh, said Imran in the end of his tweet.
Strongly condemn the attack on PTI workers by PPP at our jalsagah camp in Karachi yesterday. Sindh govt must take action against those who used violence against our workers. Strong arm tactics by PPP reflects their fear of PTI’s rising popularity in Sindh.
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) May 8, 2018
Another PTI leader Ali Ziaidi claimed that PPP has used its power to acquire an NOC by deputy commissioner to do rally in Hakeem Saeed Ground.
Late night on Monday party workers from both PTI and PPP had a showdown in Hakeem Shaheed park. However, things took an ugly turn when political workers from both parties started hurling stone at each other.
Automobiles and party camps were vandalized and traffic was disrupted. However, Rangers and Police cleared the venue after brief moment of time.