ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairperson Imran Khan has responded to the clash between PTI and PPP workers in Karachi.
He has said that use of violence by Pakistan Peoples Party reflected their fear of PTI’s popularity in Sindh.
In a tweet posted Tuesday, Imran stated that PTI workers were at their camp when PPP attacked them.
He has therefore demanded the Sindh government take action against ‘those who used violence against their workers’.
The PPP leader has said that PTI leaders consider themselves above the law.
Bukhari has also accused PTI of wanting to disrupt the law and order situation, stating that Imran was promoting extremism in the society.