World Sindhi Congress Mourns Death of Nawab Khair Bux Marri

London: World Sindhi Congress (WSC) is deeply grieved at the death of Baloch national legend, leader and statesmen, Nawab Khair Bux Marri who passed away on 10th June 2014 in Karachi. Nawab Khair Bux is regarded as father, icon  and guiding star of Baloch struggle for national liberation movement. He struggled steadfastly all his life for the independence of Balochistan.

Nawab Khair Bux Marri’s health deteriorated about three weeks ago. All the effort was made to bring him overseas for the treatment as the medical experts warned that any delay in his treatment there could be fatal. However, the Pakistani state establishment made it literally impossible for him to be treated overseas. WSC believes that this was a deliberate and sinister act of establishment to eliminate Nawab Sahib.

WSC  believes Nawab Khair Bux Marri  was and will always remain an endless source of inspiration for the freedom of Baloch and Sindhi nations. WSC and the entire Sindhi nation stands together with Baloch nation in this moment of their utmost grief and monumental loss. WSC recognize this as their own loss and a national tragedy for Sindhi nation.

Courtesy: World Sindhi Congress

A cultural do of Sindhi Council at Chitnavis Centre in Nagpur was full of fervour

Creativity and talent were at its peak at the cultural do – Sindhis got Talent – organised by the Sindhi Council of India, Nagpur ladies chapter, at Chitnavis Centre, recently. People from all age groups participated

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