Handful of anti-PPP locals will attend Larkana rally, says Agha Siraj Durrani

Durrani says people of Sindh have rejected PTI, Shehla Raza labels Imran Khan as Tanqeed Khan


Web Desk November 19, 2014

KARACHI: As Pakistan Tehreef-e-Insaf finalises arrangements for holding a rally in Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) stronghold - Larkana - on November 21, Speaker Sindh Assembly Agha Siraj Durrani said only a handful of anti-PPP locals will attend the rally, Express News reported on Wednesday. 

PTI's upcoming Larkana rally was discussed at length during today's session with the speaker claiming that people of Sindh have rejected PTI and PPP lawmaker Shehla Raza labelling Imran Khan as "Tanqeed Khan".

Durrani advised Imran to hold a rally in a small village of Sindh if he wishes to see a decent number of people attending his gathering.

"The people of Sindh have rejected PTI and its agenda," Durrani remarked.

Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly Shehreyar Mehr, while speaking during the session, said Imran's Larkana rally will be a huge success and an eye-opener for PPP.

He further dismissed rumours about him joining PTI and said he was and will be part of Pakistan Muslim League - Functional (PML-F).

Mehr said anti-PPP residents as well as thousands of those who did not vote for PPP in last general elections will take part in the Larkana rally.

COMMENTS (6)

Javed Ali | 7 years ago | Reply

Days of feudals thugs are numbered - they have pillaged for 60 years. Now weather it be in Sind, Panjab, Baluchistan or wherever - within next 5-10 years these thugs will be out weather through PTI or some other method. Down with feudal thugs.

Dr. Abid Shah Mashwani | 7 years ago | Reply

It appears majority of the Sindh is kept under illetracy and in the shackles of feudal lords. Few towns with relatively higher literacy such as Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkar etc already supporting other parties. This is a brave challenge of PTI to step into PPP strong hold. Irrespective of how many people will come to Jalsa, it will offer an option to people of Sindh.

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