LARKANA - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Friday said that his party would not support division of Sindh and the construction of Kalabagh Dam against the wishes of Sindhi people.

Imran Khan arrived in a special plane at Mohenjo-Daro airport from where he led a caravan to Aliabad. He then addressed the PTI’s grand show in PPP’s bastion Larkana, with the crowd chanting “Go Nawaz Go” and “Go Zardari Go”.

Participants of the rally were holding party flags and singing songs whereas hoardings with Khan’s image added to their zeal.

Special security arrangements were made for the protection of the participants. A total of 1,200 policemen were deployed at the venue.

Addressing the mammoth rally in Bhuttos’ bastion, the PTI chief made direct attacks at the ruling party in Sindh, the Pakistan People’s Party, asking the participants whether a party that had already failed to improve things in six elected terms should be given yet another chance.

He said that the people of Sindh, particularly of Larkana, have welcomed the PTI with open arms and supported the new Pakistan. Imran praised the police force of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, saying it was the best police force in the country.

With the crowd chanting “Go Nawaz Go” and “Go Zardari Go”, Imran told them he was pleased to hear the chants reach Sindh -- specifically Karachi and Larkana.

“I need to hear ‘Go Zardari Go’ chanted loudly in Sindh,” he said.

He said that the Zardari family is sitting on top positions in Sindh just like the Sharifs in Punjab. Zardari and Nawaz both are saving corrupt system, he added.

He said the people of Punjab and KP had awoken and realised the practices of the current government, and said he was in Larkana to do the same for the people of Sindh – to wake them up.

He said his party would introduce a better local body system in Sindh. He also hit out at the Sindh Assembly, saying, “I would get scared if they compliment me because that would mean I am doing something wrong.”

Regarding the rally planned for November 30 in the federal capital, he said they were assembling to protest against oppression.

Imran Khan said that after coming into power, the PTI will ensure equal rights to all minorities.