PTI MPs visit protesting traders’ camp to express solidarity

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Pakistan TehreekInsaf(PTI) legislators on Saturday assured traders of Karachi of their support in protest movement against arbitrary decisions of Sindh government in the name of COVID SOPs.

Central Vice President Pakistan TehreekInsaf(PTI)  and leader of the opposition in Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh, divisional president Karachi Khurramsher Zaman, MNA AftafSiddiquie, MPAs Seead Afridi, Raja Azhar, Shahzad Qureshi, Jamal Siddiqui, women wing leader FizaZeeshan and other leaders visited the protest camp of Karachi Tajir Action Committee (KTAC) on M.A. Jinnah Road and expressed solidarity with the protesting traders.

KTAC’s hunger strike, against Sindh government’s decisions including two day closure of markets and trade activities and limited business hours in Karachi, has entered into the third consecutive day on Saturday.

Speaking at the occasion Haleem Adil Sheikh said that Pakistan TehreekInsaf (PTI)  fully supported the stance of traders regarding implementation of corona SOPs and was in favour of continuity of business and trade activities with observance of necessary preventive measures.

Haleem Adil Sheikh said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was against the policy of closing business and the Pakistan TehreekInsaf (PTI)  government took such measures that ensured prevention of diseases and continuity of economic activities simultaneously.

Haleem assured that PTI would wholeheartedly support the struggle of traders and would be standing shoulder by shoulder to them.

“Pakistan TehreekInsaf(PTI)  lawmakers will regularly attend the protest camp and if traders decide to march towards the CM House they will find PTI legislators and workers in the forefront,” he said.

 

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