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PTI workers rounded up from Karachi, Hyderabad

During their rallies on different roads and localities of Karachi on Wednesday, the PTI workers led by the provincial chief of PTI Syed Ali Zaidi, Khuram Sher Zaman and others played hide and seek with policemen and other law enforcers deployed by the provincial PPP government to disperse the protesters.

The PTI workers, who came on the roads also clashed with cops and reportedly damaged two police vans due to which four policemen were injured in Saddar. Speaking to the media persons, Zaidi alleged that during the raids on their houses and other places police parties whisked away a number of the party activists. He claimed that a large number of party workers and supporters could not go to Islamabad to participate in the Azadi March due to the barricades and other restrictions imposed by the Sindh government.

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Zaidi said that police personnel lobbed tear gas shells on the peaceful protests in the cities and took away many injured workers. He said that people, despite the worst atrocities, PTI workers had come on the roads in large numbers and showed their solidarity with Imran Khan who, according to him, wanted to free the people of the country from the shackles of foreign forces.

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He said that under the leadership of Imran Khan, people would bring a real change in the country by kicking out the “corrupt and imported rulers” from the power corridors. He also lashed out at the high-ups of Sindh for the crackdown on the workers in the entire province and demanded the release of all arrested leaders and workers. He said that worst use of state force on peaceful PTI workers had exposed the real faces of the PPP leaders.

The police teams in Hyderabad arrested several dozens of PTI workers from different towns of interior Sindh. According to PTI leaders and police sources, as many as one hundred local leaders and workers were arrested by police in Mithi, Umerkot, Matli, Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas, Tando Allahyar, Jamshoro, Sukkur, Nawabshah and other towns of the province on Sunday in an attempt to prevent them from coming on the roads to register their protest on the call of party chairman Imran Khan.

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