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Red zone violation: ‘Fixit’ campaigner Alamgir Khan indicted

KARACHI: Alamgir Khan, man behind popular ‘FixIt’ campaign in Karachi, has been indicted for violating red zone laws in the metropolis, ARY News reported.

Two others along with Khan have been indicted by the court. He is facing charges for throwing garbage outside the Chief Minister House, which is located in the Red Zone.

Read more: Popular social activist and ‘Fix it’ campaigner Alamgir Khan arrested

Khan, riding a tractor filled with garbage, had to stage demonstration outside the CM House on February 25, however a large contingent of police placed blockades along the road to prevent Khan from heading to the destination. He then dumped some of the trash and appealed people to do the same to make chief minister realize his duties of cleanliness in the city.

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He made headlines and gathered huge praise from Karachiites after he recently kicked off a campaign ‘Sleeping Beauty’ to highlight misgovernance in Karachi.

Under the campaign, the team initially spray-painted face of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah near potholes and missing gutter caps with a message “Sleeping Beauty… fix it.”

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