Aalamgeer accused Sindh govt for creating hurdles in social work

KARACHI: Aalamgeer Khan, a campaign named (Fix It) initiator against the Sindh government to cover the city manholes and to resolve other civic issues of the city has complained against the Sindh government for creating hurdles in his ongoing campaign in Karachi.

Addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club, he said we actually are providing assistance to Sindh government through this campaign for identifying the problems in the city, but the government representatives are knowingly unaware of the issues. He said that government feels: “I am propagating against it and conspiring against the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).

He said that until the tradition of reward and punishment is not be ensured in the country, the society could not be made better. He said: “If the government proves that the campaign he has started is illegal, he will stop it.”

Khan said that there is problem of resources rather than problems, issues and challenges in the city: however, the solution of problems is possible through the resources.

He demanded of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Imram Ismail to support his campaign as he said that Ismail is well aware by the Karachi’s civil issues. He said that he is not passionate to join politics and contest the election.

He said that his different teams are busy in making sketches in various areas of the city. It is unfortunate that no elected member of local government elections has taken oath as they are more aware of local problems and capable to resolve them. Replying to a question, he said no any threat by any source he has received, as he is totally free.