PTI launches drive against price hike in Sindh



Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) here on Friday launched a movement against price hike in Sindh with a rally at Hala Naka Hyderabad. It was led by former Singh governor Imran Ismail, leader of opposition in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Shiekh and other leaders.

PTI MNA Maulvi Mehmood, MPAs Saeed Afridi, Jamal Afridi, Ali Aziz GG, Rabistan Khan and PTI leaders Ali Junejo, Lala Aminullah Moosakhel, Imran Quresh, Bhagwandas, Mohsin Ghuman and a large number of leaders and citizens participated in the rally. In Hyderabad membership camps were set up in different areas.

Talking to the media, Imran Ismail said that before the imported government prices of daily use commodities were low, but now even wheat flour is being sold at Rs155 per kg. Imran Khan is the most popular leader of the country. I challenge Rana Sanaullah and his company to come to polls and nation would tell them who is their leader. Sharjeel Memon is recovery agent for collecting ransom money.

Haleem Adil Shiekh, addressing the press conference, said that this rally is the voice of the people of Pakistan. The present rulers are slaves of foreign forces. If new elections were not held the country would default. He said Bilawal wore a pair of shoes of four Lakh rupees but got a selfie with barefooted children. He said the PPP would soon politically end in Sindh.