PTI to dislodge PPP from Sindh: PTI leader

February 15, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Vice President Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh, Shahnawaz Jadoon said on Saturday that Pakistan People Party (PPP) had limited to Sindh in last general election while now it was also losing support in Sindh too as PTI Tsunami had entered in the province.

He was talking to a delegation of party workers and noted belonging to Kemari Town here at his residence. He further said that PTI Chairman Imran Khan would address a historical public rally in Sukkur on 28 February. “Sukkur rally will prove last nail in the coffin of hereditary and corrupt politicians of the province, “he added.

He said that if PPP was really strong in Sindh it should have held local bodies’ election in the province. He said that local government elections would expose the diminishing support of PPP.

He said that Kemari Town was a stronghold of PTI and the party would clean sweep in the area in upcoming LG election.