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.
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…
CHISHTIAN: Karachi’s #FixIt-inspired, Remove It campaign kicks off in Punjab with Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif’s pictures on the garbage dumps. The popular campaign in Karachi, #FixIt was launched by a social activist Alamgir Khan to highlight issues being faced by common men. The campaigners of this campaign received huge media attention after they put former chief minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah’s pictures along open manholes and garbage dumps. . On the other hand, activists of Remove It campaign are…