The case was registered by the Civil Lines Police Station against #FixIt founder Alamgir Khan and volunteers Saifullah, Sadaqat Ahmed and others.
Khan said that the Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah and Minister for Local Bodies Saeed Ghani were responsible for the city's dire situation.
KARACHI: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has issued a ticket to Alamgir Khan, a social activist and founder of the Fixit campaign, to contest by-election on the National Assembly seat, NA-243, Karachi. This was one of the five seats won by Prime Minister Imran Khan in the July 25 polls, but he opted to retain his hometown Mianwali seat NA-95 and vacated the rest. The PTI has announced names of its candidates for the by-elections scheduled to be held on October 14. As per details, Malik Khurram has been issued a…
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Monday took a swipe at Sindh government for using force to quell a protest of Fixit against "deteriorating education system". On Sunday, police lobbed teargas shells and used water cannon to disperse the Fixit activists when they were trying to head towards the Governor House located in the city's Red Zone area to protest against poor quality of the education in the province. In a statement on his Twitter account, the PTI chief said, “Fixit's peaceful…
KARACHI: Police on Sunday arrested social campaigner Alamgir Khan along with several activists for staging a protest outside Karachi Press Club (KPC), ARY New reported. Alamgir Khan, known for the ‘Fix It’ campaign, had organised the protest to demand immediate reinstatement of Allah Dino Khawaja as Inspector General (IG) Sindh who had been removed from his position. The situation worsened as the protesters attempted to enter the 'red zone' to protest in front of the Chief Minister House. Police stopped the…
KARACHI: Alamgir Khan, initiator of popular ‘Fixit’ campaign across Karachi, has been indicted for violating Red Zone rules and throwing garbage outside the Chief Minister House during protest on February 25, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: Alamgir Khan, man behind popular ‘FixIt’ campaign in Karachi, has been indicted for violating red zone laws in the metropolis, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: Alamgir Khan, who became famous for launching his fix-it Karachi campaign, was handed back his tractor which he used in his cleanliness campaign across the city, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: Alamgir Khan, social activist and initiator of ‘Fix it’ campaign in Karachi, has been granted bail by the city court a day after he was arrested for littering outside the Chief Minister House in a symbolic protest against poor cleanliness situation across the metropolis.
KARACHI: Fix It volunteers staged a sit-in protest at the road leading to the D.I.G.'s office, ARY News reported.