Nawaz, Asfand, Imran appeal for postponing Sindh strike
KARACHI - Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz President Nawaz Sharif, Awami National Party chief Asfandyar Wali and Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan Wednesday appealed Sindh leaders to postpone the strike, called by opposition parties in Sindh against the Local Bodies Ordinance, on Thursday today, reported a private TV channel. The ANP leader appealed to postpone the strike, saying the Baldia Town incident was a national disaster and the whole nation was in a state of grief. “Our top priority is to spread unity and harmony among the nation,” he said.
The PML-N leader also appealed to end the strike and announced to observe mourning day on Thursday. “The government should identify the people responsible for Baldia Town tragedy.” In addition, Imran Khan said the PTI stands with the aggrieved families who suffered loss of their loved ones.