Alamgir Khan starts fixing man-holes in Karachi

KARACHI: Worker of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Alamgir Khan took step and started the campaign of fixing the man-holes in Karachi along with his friends.

After the the campaign “Fix It” he started the new campaign under new title “#Fixed” with the help of his friends. He said that his mission to sent message to Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah.

Earlier. Alamgir Khan gained prominence on social media owing to his unique protesting style. The activist displays Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah’s pictures alongside man-holes on the city’s main roads, with the message ‘Fix it!’.

On Wednesday afternoon, he claimed that his father, Dilawar Khan, received a phone call from a man claiming to be an inspector at Ferozabad police station, Khan told.

The man asked his father to visit the police station as there was a hit-and-run case registered against his car for an accident on Sharae Faisal, said Khan. The caller also demanded that he visit the Ferozabad police station along with the car.

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