Alongside the cleanliness drive, the MQM also announced to run mass public contact in Karachi to ‘clear confusions and misconceptions’ among the masses.
MQM’s nominee for mayor Waseem Akhtar, parliamentarians and other Rabita Committee members are taking part in the cleanliness campaign.
In a later-night press conference, Mr. Akhtar said Sindh government doesn’t want progress of Karachi. The government had kept 90 garbage-lifting vehicles in its custody at Bilawal House just to prevent MQM from using them for public service, he claimed.
The senior MQM leader said his party would continue its campaign by renting vehicles. The drive will continue daily from 9am to 5pm.