Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Monday has announced to launch an anti-corruption march in Sindh from April 26 under Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s supervision.
A five-day anti-corruption march would kick off from Sindh’s Gharo area and will be taken to Thatta, Sajawal, Golarchi, Badin and Shadi Pali.
The campaign has been scheduled to visit Mirpur Khas, Sindhri, Sanghar, Shahdadpur and Sakrand on April 27 while it will move to Nawabshah, Moro, Nowshero Feroz, Mehrabpur, Ranipur and Khairpur on April 28.
PTI chief Imran Khan is likely to join the rally on April 29 after which, it will be put on the way to Sukkur, Pano Akil and Ghotki.
Earlier, Imran Khan while addressing a rally at F-9 Park in Islamabad stated that Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif will have to go as he has no moral authority to rule the country, adding that he will head towards Lahore next Sunday and will announce a new strategy regarding Panama leaks probe.
“Pakistani nation will hit the roads if justice is not done”, Khan said.
Khan said that the Pakistani people are hard working and honest but have been subjected to corrupt rulers. He demanded that Panama leaks investigation should be carried out by the Chief Justice.
He also announced to initiate an anti-corruption campaign in Sindh from April 26 onwards.