Junaid Jamshed picked up a broom and spade to launch cleanliness drive in Karachi organized by Ansar Burney Trust and JDC Welfare Organisation. He along volunteers cleaned streets of Ranchore Line and picked up garbage.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Haleem Adil Sheikh also participated in the cleanliness campaign.
Junaid said it was responsibility of all of the citizens to keep Karachi clean. He pinned positive hopes from newly elected chief minister Murad Ali Shah.
“The chief minister should take measures for development of the city,” he said while talking to media. Youngsters on this occasion also took selfies with him.
Haleem Adil Sheikh criticized performance of the Sindh government and said the city had been turned into garbage pile because of lack of attention of the government.