PESHAWAR Activists of the civil society on Saturday set up a token hunger strike camp under the banner of 'Baidar Pakistan (Awakened Pakistan), against the rampant corruption and other problems confronting the country. The hunger strike camp that was set up in front of the Peshawar High Court and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assemblys building was meant not only to resent to the befalling illnesses of the country in shape of uncontrolled corruption, nepotism, increasing price hike, unemployment, deteriorating law and order and prevailing injustices but also to create awareness among the masses to come forward against the same in the larger interest of the nation, said convener of the 'Baidar Pakistan. The two-day token hunger strike camp was attended by former provincial minister Ihsanullah Khan, Qayyum Khan, Tariq Khan, Brigadier (retd) Qayyum Sher, Ashfaq Ahmad, Rizwanullah Mehsud, Arifullah Khan and Arbab Sarir while members of various civil societies, PHC Bar, District Bar Peshawar, professors, doctors, engineers and people from various walks of life. Addressing on the occasion, Fiaz Ali said that corruption turned was a cancer for the society and it breed a culture to paralyse every institute of the country. He observed that corrupt elements accumulated wealth regardless of having any sympathy with the system and the countrys development. He said it was a high time to effectively curb the corruption and other vices by sincerity of purpose. He said exposing corrupt people was a step needed at present in order that an effective system could be established.