KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, on Thursday arrived in Karachi on two-day visit to strengthen and organize the party across the province which is stronghold of PPP and MQM’s politics.
“I am visiting Sindh for two days and I will come to Karachi after these visits,” he said, while speaking to media persons at Karachi airport.
“More than Punjab, Karachi needs a better transport system and solution. We are going to create a Naya Pakistan in which police will be free of political influence,” he affirmed.
Regarding local bodies elections, he said ruling clique “is getting cases registered against opponents to press them.”
“In Sindh, local government elections are being contested with the help of police,” he claimed, adding that all old political parties united against PTI.
Khan is also likely to join his party’s public gathering in Umerkot town of Sindh today.