ABBOTTABAD Popular public movement Tehreek-e-Hazara has resumed its struggle for the formation of Hazara province after a pause of around three months, as life returns to normalcy in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the post-floods scenario. Numerous union councils of Galiyat in Abbottabad district echoed with the resonating slogans in favour of Hazara province after Tehreek-e-Hazara kicked off its operations last week. Mammoth gatherings and huge public rallies have begun to take place in the suburbs of the district. This development has posed a serious challenge to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government that has hardly been able to grapple with different controversies involving humanitarian aid for the flood affectees in the wake of massive corruption. In a highly disturbing development for the KP Government, senior leader and Member National Assembly (MNA) from Awami National Party (ANP), Khawaja Muhammad Khan Hoti moved Supreme Court of Pakistan, earlier this month, against the reportedly massive corruption done by his party-led coalition Government in KP. Hoti, with the support of some other ANP leaders, has formed a caucus against the ANP leadership. In case the party caucus extends its support for Tehreek-e-Hazara, the situation might lead to adversely far-reaching implications for the ANP-led provincial Government. Apart from that, seemingly endless public gatherings, since last October 10, have taken place at the union councils of Galiyat at Namli Mera, Nagri Bala, Kalabagh and Nathiagali. Tehreeks strategy is to mobilise the rural public support before moving to cities. Just have a look at the way people welcomed us in the mountains of Galiyat, its just a warm-up session, the real show will begin soon. Corridors of powers would be shaken to the hilt once we move towards cities, Quaid-e-Tehreek-e-Hazara Sardar Haider Zaman informed TheNation here on Monday. He said that on the coming October 30, Tehreek-e-Hazara would hold a caravan rally from Abbottabad city to Barian near Murree, a village that separates Punjab from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. We would install a signboard inscribed with the slogan, Welcome to Hazara Province, at Barian, Zaman apprised. He said that Tehreek-e-Hazara would install a similar kind of signboard at Kohala, the area that separates Punjab from Azad Jammu and Kashmir. On July 22 this year, Sardar Haider Zaman had ordered complete suspension of Hazara Movement in order to express solidarity with flood victims, as floodwaters had started ravaging Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Zaman had instructed the Tehreek-e-Hazara leadership, activists and supporters to engage themselves in relief activities for the flood victims. Hundreds of trucks carrying humanitarian consignments were reportedly sent to Swat, Nowshera, Kohistan, Battagram and other affected areas of KP from the platform of Tehreek-e-Hazara. With life returning to normalcy in KP, Tehreek-e-Hazara has flexed its muscles to kick off what is presently believed to be the greatest public movement of Pakistan supported by over 1 billion Hazarawals who want formation of Hazara province.