Pakistan Peoples Party has announced a protest movement against the federal government.
According to details, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) staged a protest outside the Karachi Press Club against the unannounced load shedding of K Electric, with a large number of women workers holding placards with slogans condemning K Electric.
Addressing the protest, PPP leader Waqar Mehdi said that Bilawal Bhutto had said that a protest movement against the federal government would be launched soon and now the PPP would teach its electrician a lesson.
PPP leader Waqar Mehdi has termed K-Electric CEO Arif Naqvi as Imran Khan’s ATM machine and said that it is not K-Electric but Khan Electric.
PPP provincial leader Rashid Rabbani said that Karachi has been pushed into darkness and prices of other items including petroleum products have been increased immensely.
The leaders further said that PTI had not fulfilled any of the promises made to the people of Karachi.