KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf member Javed Hashmi Sunday pledged before the tomb of Quaid-e-Azam that there would be justice for all in Pakistan, Geo News reported.

In his address at the grand PTI rally near Mazar-e-Quaid, he said Quaid-e-Azam talked about justice but unfortunately today it could not be seen anywhere. "We will move together for ensuring justice to all."

He said Karachi was not allowed to remain a city of peace, adding that Pakistan depended on Karachi. "Today we have gathered here in the quest for peace."

Javed Hashmi said the picture of Pakistan that gets projected from this city could not be witnessed in any other city of the country. This city is a home to Bangali, Punjabi, Pathan, Baloch and Urdu speaking, he added.

He regretted that people of Pakistan were divided into the poor and rich. The conspiracy to disintegrate Pakistan was started in Ayub Khan's regime, he added amid loud slogans by the cheering crowd.

He said the basis for the break up of Pakistan was laid by moving the capital from Karachi to Islamabad. "Had the capital not been changed, Bangladesh would have been part of Pakistan today," argued.

Calling himself a rebel of the corrupt system, Javed Hashmi said: "This rebel has joined Imran Khan's PTI to bring about the change." This further invigorated the already charged crowd as they vociferously chanted "Baghi, Baghi, Baghi,….