KARACHI -  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Haleem Adil Sheikh has said that though the track record of the Sindh government when it comes to permitting their party to hold rallies is not encouraging, still PTI will hold a big rally in Karachi on December 25 come what may. 

In a statement issued here on Wednesday, PTI leader said the party’s rally in the city would break the past records and help give a clear direction to the politics of the mega city. 

“Recent rallies of PTI in Sindh have proved to be highly successful,” he said, and added now the youth of Sindh, including of Karachi, looked up to the party as their last hope. 

He further said that the PTI was committed to securing the future of country’s young generation. 

He said that PTI Chairman Imran Khan would make some very important announcements at the rally relating to the betterment of the cosmopolitan city. “All arrangements have already been finalised for the party’s show,” Haleem said. 

He said Karachi was deprived of proper infrastructure and development and PTI would make it a modern city after coming to power. 

He said, “We have already sought permission for the rally and hope that the administration would grant it as many other parties have already taken out rallies in the city.