Nawaz, Zardari challenged to contest polls against Imran.

HYDERABAD -- Leaders, activists and supporters of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf took out a procession here on Friday as part of the party's ongoing 'Mahengai (price-hike) March' and condemned the federal and Sindh governments for the unbearable dearness being faced by the masses.

The march started from Hala Naka and culminated at Pakistan Chowk, where PTI leaders spoke to the participants and media personnel.

Leading the protesters, PTI leader and former Sindh governor Imran Ismail deplored that today, the wheat flour price had shot up to Rs155 a kilo as against Rs55 a kilo before the present Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) dispensation was installed.

He said PTI would control price-hike after coming to power.

He said that no political force in the country could face [party chairman] Imran Khan today.

Ex-governor Imran Ismail leads PTI march against price-hike

He said that the 'change' to be witnessed in Sindh would be reflected across Pakistan.

He said that Muttaahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) was these days riding over Asif Zardari and, in collusion with PPP, struggling to delay the second phase of LG polls.

He deplored that the 'imported' government was not worried about the hike in flour price. This government has increased prices of all commodities by 60pc, according to him. He pointed out that prices of edibles and commodities had increased manifold.

Claiming that Imran Khan had become the most popular politician in the country, Mr Ismail challenged PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari to face PTI chief in...

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