Pakistan

Imran vows to rid Karachi of ‘terror’

HYDERABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan has reiterated that he was heading to Karachi to rid the city of ‘terror’, ARY News reported.

Talking to media after paying visit to shrine of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, Khan said he would run the election campaign throughout the day in NA-246, a National Assembly constituency generally considered the stronghold of MQM.

He said both the parties –PPP and PML-N – are holding LG polls on PTI pressure.

The PTI chief vowed to hold ideal local government polls in KP, aiming to transfer power to masses at grass-root level.

He claimed that no fake FIRs are registered by KP police in the province.

He castigated PML-N and PPP for ‘gobbling’ amount of National Finance Commission Award and not transferring NFC benefits to the public.

He maintained that growers in Sindh are being deprived of their due share.

Commenting on the current political developments, Khan said judicial commission was being constituted and situation was progressing with the passage of time.

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