Powerful and successful shutter down strike in Sindh against imposing of controversial, undemocratic, black, repressive, discriminatory & apartheid “Local government ordinance”

SINDH – KARACHI : Sindh activist parties had called shutter down strike on September 13 (Thursday) against the imposing of former dictator Musharraf’s undemocratic, black, repressive & discriminatory 2001 local government system on Sindh in the name of “People’s Local Government Ordinance 2012”.

By today’s powerful shutter down strike people of Sindh have given a shut up call to all those whose job is to loot and plunder by opposing people’s interests. After this powerful shutter down strike, the people of Sindh have actually written off their political future.

Source: Twitter, Facebook, Sindh e-groups/ e-lists

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http://ktntv.tv/ktnnews/news/13-09-2012/59147.html

One thought on “Powerful and successful shutter down strike in Sindh against imposing of controversial, undemocratic, black, repressive, discriminatory & apartheid “Local government ordinance””

  1. History is re-designing the role of current Pir Pagaro. Whose grand father presented his life for the freedom of Sindh and Sindhi people. He has capacity, courage, and confidence, to challenge the extending hands against the interests of people of Sindh and their territory. Time will come one day he will show his power to party sat on the super seat of throne of Sindh(PPP) and left people in the center of river with no support at the times of danger. Now this party is consists on the groups who believe in the loot and plunder.

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