SAPAC announces its inaugural event

Press release: Washington, D.C. September 4, 2009- Sindhi American Political Action Committee, (SAPAC) will hold its inaugural event Wednesday, September 16 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM at the Washington Court Hotel (525 New Jersey Avenue NW). SAPAC was established to engage in political advocacy and lobbying activities on behalf of the Sindh province in Pakistan, and the Sindhi people internationally.

This event will include an opening reception with brief comments from SAPAC’s President, Mr. Maqbool Halepota and a keynote address from the distinguished writer Mr. Selig Harrison of the Center for International Policy. Following dinner, commentary will be heard from Dr. Marvin Weinbaum of The Middle East Institute, Special Guest Congressman Gary Ackerman (D-NY5) and Chief Guest Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA27) regarding the status of Sindh and its relations to the United States of America. The topic of the discussion is “The role of Sindhis and Baluchis to Counter Jehadis in Pakistan”.

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  1. Government of sindh announced a rlief package in shape of floor on cheaper rate 10rups/kilo.but there is no system ,no any kind of arrangment to this kind of rlief.Every day we listen about protesys against government in opppsition of high rate of routine using things like floor suger.suger is not present in the market, even in the government utilities stores.Today federal government announced that she doesnot do any thing in case missing of suger from the marker or high rates of it.In sindh every day many peoples injured in the struggle of taking single bag of government relief package floor,because of govt send truks in small quantity but the reality is that the people is in majority.so government have to take pure decision for the services of publiuc by them they are in assemblies in this time

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