KARACHI: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced a challenge the government orders in court for preventing its chief Imran Khan from entering into Karachi; PTI information secretary Omar Cheema and President of PTI Sindh chapter Imran Ismail while addressing a press conference in Karachi Press Club Sunday said that chief will enter into Sindh from Punjab on May, 10 by road and will arrive in Karachi on May, 12 in a rally.
“We strongly condemn the government step for restraining Imran Khan from entering into Karachi and this move of government will be challenged in the court”, they held. Karachi is not fiefdom of any one and no one can ban entry of party chairman into Karachi, they warned.
Restraining Imran Khan for fourth time from entering into Sindh by the democratic government was a slap on the face of democracy, they underlined.
While strongly criticizing the decision of the government for not allowing Chairman Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan to fly to Sindh, Chairman Sindh National Front (SNF) Sardar Mumtaz Ali Bhutto has said that it acted reminiscent of Zia-ul-Haq and Pervez Musharraf. In a statement, Chairman SNF Mumtaz Ali Bhutto while terming the decision unjust said that such restrictions only imposed by dictators.
He said that it is unfortunate that to do politics from London was allowed but restrictions were imposed on a political leader to travel to one part of the country, saying the decision was taken only to please Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).-ONLINE
Mumtaz Bhutto demanded of the government to lift the ban on the entry of Imran Khan into Sindh immediately.