An open letter to PPP Chairman by Munawar Ali

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

Dear PPP Chairman,

chairman@ppp.org.pk

I do not want to take much time, just wanna plea that please help and save Sindh and People of Sindh who have always voted for PPP and are the backbone of PPP. They are the most under privileged and poor even in the present government. The PPP leaders/reps unfortunately do not care about the common people’s problems in Sindh and are actually digging a hole for the party to come to an end. Sindhies are now at the lowest level of any hope from PPP leaders in Sindh. All development and funding is only being spent on Karachi where Sindhies are not welcome. Though Karachi is Sindh’s capital but we have been banned from schools and universities. There is lot of injustice to Sindhies. We were sure that PPP government would address the grievances of Sindhi people who have suffered dearly for supporting PPP since very begining. I am hopeful that you will look into the matters yourself now.

Thanks,

Munawar Ali

Even at the time of subcontinent’s partition, Sindhis’ decisions and thoughts were not influenced by religious extremism and Hindus were protected and safeguarded!

The following BBC urdu reports shows how religious extremism is coming into Sindh from NWFP through Maulana Fazal ur Rehman’s party and is affecting Sindh’s secular face. Otherwise, where even at the time of subcontinent’s partition, Sindhis’ decisions and thoughts were not influenced by religious fanatism and Hindus were protected and safeguarded!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/urdu/pakistan/2009/08/090812_shikarpur_music_rh.shtml

http://www.bbc.co.uk/urdu/pakistan/2009/08/090814_nawabshah_marathon.shtml

Inaugural Ceremony of SAPAC

Press release – Washington, DC, August 15, 2009

Sindhi American Political Action Committee (SAPAC) is a newly established organization, based in Washington DC. You are requested to kindly confirm your availability to attend the Inaugural Ceremony of SAPAC. (Participation with invitation only; To receive formal invitation, please contact Munawar Laghari on phone # (202) 378-0333 or e-mail: sapac.sindh@ gmail.com). President of SAPAC, Dr. Maqbool Haleepota will welcome the Guests and participants. Congressman Gary Ackerman* will be Special Guest in the Inaugural Ceremony of SAPAC. Congressman Brad Sherman** has very kindly consented to grace the occasion as Chief Guest. Speakers: Mr. Selig S. Harrison***, Center for International Policy. Dr. Marvin Weinbaum**** , Middle East Institute.

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