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Alamgir Khan Vows to protest further on city’s cleanliness situation

KARACHI- The pioneer of ‘Fixit’ campaign, also an activist, Alamgir Khan has vowed to protest further on the situation of sanitation and cleanliness in Karachi.

The social media campaigner exclaimed that perhaps their cleanliness campaign could make a difference. He also raised the question that why garbage in Karachi is not disposed of or recycled.

Man behind the fixit campaign which took the Karachiites by storm, called for strict action against those who throw garbage on public places. He also shared aim to contact political parties in regard with the issues.

Few days back, in Mawach Goth, a kid lost his life because of falling in a manhole, he tells.

It is pertinent to mention here that Alamgir was detained for registering his protest outside Chief Minister House against poor cleanliness situation across the city.

Alamgir, riding a tractor filled with garbage, had to stage demonstration outside the CM House, however a large contingent of police placed blockades along the road to prevent Khan from heading to the destination. He was arrested at the spot.

Hearing for this case has been held in city court today. Alamgir is not intimidated by the arrest and vows to keep demonstrating until the cleanliness is ensured by public authorities.