Press release by: Sarfraz Memon, Information Secretary, SANA
Sindhi Association of North America (SANA) has condemned the terrorist attack in Mumbai and expressed grief and sorrow at the loss of life in the major South Asian metropolis.
In a statement issued in Houston, Texas, SANA president Aziz Narejo said the most inhuman and barbarian attack in Mumbai, India and acts of violence in Pakistan speak of the failure of the world leaders to cope with the militancy and terrorism. He called upon the United Nations, world leaders, intellectuals and statesmen to urgently hold a global conference to discuss the growing militancy and terrorism and devise a comprehensive action plan to save the future of the mankind.
He said there is an immediate need for a global action to end injustices, establish viable peace and stop all kinds of terrorism, be it the state sponsored terrorism, the violence in the name of religion, the tyranny of
the supremacist linguist and cultural groups or the subjugation of the minorities by the majorities. The failure of the world leadership will have catastrophic consequences for the whole mankind, he added.
Information Secretary, SANA
(Sindhi Association of North America)