Imran Khan Azadi MarchLahore: Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf’s chairman Imran Khan has called for civil disobedience movement during his Azadi March which has become a sparkling issue among many peoples. Similarly, Pakistani artist are also divided on Azadi March issue as some of them supporting it and some of them are not happy with the recent call of civil disobedience raised by Imran Khan.

In this regard, after the declaration of civil disobedience by the Imran Khan, renowned Pakistani singer Jawad Ahmed responded that mostly taxes are being taken from the salaries of the people in this country and there is also one class who do not pay taxes so how it is possible not to pay taxes? He further said that it is a war of power only and it is not possible to implement civil obedience, if poor people do not pay bill of electricity and gas then so they are fool because they would have to pay their bills at the last.

Senior actress Nisho also said that civil disobedience comes in the category of rebellion and country system should be run in constitutional manner. She further added that every politician wants to be a leader and trying to bring down other politician but no one thinks about the public. Likewise actor Ayub Khoso, Faisal Quresh and writer Muhammad Pervaiz Kaleem, also opposed the civil disobedience movement. On the other hand, Salman Ahmed, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Kashif Mehmood, Annie Khalid and many others are supporting Imran Khan.