PTI protest at Boat Basin goes haywire with clashes erupting between PPP and PTI members in Karachi

Reader Comments (5)

  • Ovais
    Dec 29, 2013 - 10:43PM

    Not funny at all ET. Proves members of PTI are the common man not those who have guns and power

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  • Asad Khan
    Dec 30, 2013 - 1:08AM

    Very shameful & uncalled for heading ET.

    Police has already batten-charge PTI, Officially, No?. And this time no Young is yapping how to bring ‘change’ while police beat us., No?

    Next time there will no protest, police will itself open the illegal barricades / walls.

    I salute PTI for taking the stand for the public.

    regards,

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  • Common Karachiite
    Dec 31, 2013 - 12:31AM

    Karachi is a city where street crime and kidnappings are rampant and no place is safe. But of all the huge issues faced by people here, PTI picked up a petty matter.

    Its time to come out and protest against street crime, police high handedness, biased and ineffective operations, corruption and skewed local body laws being pushed by PPP. PTI needs to mature and move out of this daily confrontational politics. It has a reasonable presence in assemblies and instead of gali ki syasat, the party needs to use its member parliaments for betterment.

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  • Common Karachiite
    Dec 31, 2013 - 12:36AM

    I fully support opening up of this road and bringing down of the security wall erected. But other real issues dwarf this matter in Karachi. PTI is not at all interested to address the real issues of my city. Its best placed in Karachi or on social media.

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  • em-tee
    Dec 31, 2013 - 4:02PM

    the title should be: ‘police maregi nahi toa inquilab kese ayega?’
    There is no smooth way to success. Period.

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