this model civic has an issue of squishy mounting of the steering rack and the tie rods rotating the upper part of the strut - its vital to have a genuine and good part in the strut mount too due to this.
Having a wider patch (wide tires) will kick the car as it moves in its working arc (remember there is an arm connected to the car) and may also pull left in RHD cars (in original setup the car will seem to track straight but it will drift to the left over a length of a km or so, this is due to the slight difference in caster between the wheels. It has been done so that if you fall asleep at the wheel your car will go left and off the road and crash alone, rather than drifting right and into oncoming traffic.
LHD cars drift to the right. They are aligned so. In old cars you could dial in zero difference. e.g. 6th gen civics had adjustable caster.
with wider wheels and moving the patch outwards your car will respond a bit nervous too, I can bet your steering is sensitive now - people in Pakistan mistake this for "tight grip" but its not, its a bad side effect which needs correction.