KARACHI – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan would arrive in Daddu district of Sindh to address a rally in a bid to make inroads into PPP bastion Sindh.

The legislator would lead a rally from Daddu to Larkana and is likely to take a jibe at Pakistan Peoples Party and Pakistan Muslim League.

The climax of Imran’s tour to Sindh would be addressing a gathering at Daddu where the former Chief Minister of Sindh Liaquat Jatoi would formally join PTI.

The PTI chief will then proceed to Karachi where his two-day tour would include meetings with local office-bearers of Sindh province.

After heading back to the capital, the cricketer-turned-politician would oversee arrangements for the Islamabad rally to take place on April 28.