ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday at last after a period of two years succeeded to visit Karachi. Talking to reporters at Islamabad Airport he said that it was his right to visit Karachi and other parts of the Sindh province.
He said that “I am not going to say thanks to the prime minister or any body else and any body has not played any role in connection with my visit to Karachi” he added. He regretted that the government was not allowing him to visit Karachi for two years.
He said he was going there to organize his party and his party workers were inviting him since long but due to government’s hurdles he was not able to visit the province and the city. He said that one of the aims of his Karachi’s visit was to inaugurate the diagnostic centre of Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital and also to raise funds for the hospital. NNI