KARACHI: For the first time ever Muttahida Qaumi Movement, Jamat-e-Islami and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf finally stand on a same page to fight against the prevailing water shortage crisis. The parties have started demonstration in different areas of Metropolis.
Ali Zaidi, Khuram Sher Zaman and Samar Ali Khan of PTI joined the resident of Qayyumabad in protest against the crisis, on Friday.
The residents are finding it hard to share their water with the residents of Akhtar colony through a single water pump. The protesters said that they will block main Korangi road if the issue is not being resolved within a week.
MQM, the party with the largest stake in the city has started protesting since May 22 in different areas of Karachi. On Friday at Liaquatabad Number 10 MQM the party held a protest demanding that the Sindh government resolve the ongoing water crisis immediately.
Haider Abbas Rizvi, a prominent figure from MQM two days earlier at a protest at Hasan Square demanded that water be distributed according to population density.
Last but not least JI has announced demonstrations at 50 locations. The first protest will be held at Jauhar Morr On Thursday. Hafiz Naeem, JI leader asked the government departments to ensure uninterrupted water supply during the Holy month of Ramadan.
He also demanded the immediate installation of K-4 projects.