LARKANA - Police stormed a registration camp of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) here on Sunday.

In reaction, PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi has condemned the incident and appealed to party workers to remain calm.

It is worth mentioning that the said registration camp was installed by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf  ladies wing at Resham Gali on the 18th of October.

PTI provincial leader Shahid Rind and district president ladies wing Nadia Ashraf said at a press conference that the camp was placed after taking permission from the Deputy Commissioner Larkana, but personnel from Thana Market police station attacked and destroyed the camp illegally.

They alleged that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) local leadership was frustrated due to the large number of female registration at the PTI camp, hence they ordered the police to attack the camp.

Talking to media persons, Qureshi said that PPP portrays itself as the saviour of democracy but its acts are testimony to the undemocratic rule and such attempts were aimed at sabotaging PTI rally on November 21 in Larkana.

Earlier talking to journalists at Jatoi House in Sukkur, Qureshi said that the Pakistan People's Party is being disappearing from Sindh now as it disappeared from Punjab.

Qureshi said the PPP is no longer a Bhutto's party, it is now rather run by Asif Ali Zardari.

He said the PPP had now buried the Bhutto's ideology with the martyrdom of Benazir Bhutto.

He said those accusing the PTI of holding rallies with the assistance of foreign funding should now approach the court and prove their claims.

Qureshi said the Sindh government spent billions of rupees and government resources for the PPP rally in Karachi, which was highly unacceptable. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf  leader said misconduct of the PPP activists was also witnessed during Bilawal Bhutto's speech. He said there is not a single Bhutto in the PPP and now the party belongs to Zardari.

Qureshi said the people of Sindh are in need of an alternative leadership. He said the PTI will launch the "Sindh Jagao Campaign" from its Larkana rally on November 21.

He said the PTI chief Imran Khan hasn't accused Khursheed Shah of corruption, but NAB had instituted cases against him.