Birmingham : “If Zarina were alive, she would have been with her maruara (beloved people) in the camps and other places singing songs, raising awareness about their plight and conducting relief work for them”. This was stated by Suraiya Makhdoom at a fund-raising event for the flood affected people in Sindh, which was held to mark the 5th anniversary of Jiji Zarina Baloch in Birmingham, UK on 30th October 2010 at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Harborne.
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– For the last four decades Jeejee Zareena has remained a symbol of hope, revolution and struggle in Sindh.
Jiji Zarina always quoted Hyder Bux Jatoi, Jam-e-mohabbat piyay Sindh
Jeejee always sangs “Jieay Sindh aen Jieay Sindh, Jam-e Muhabat Pieay Sindh” and “paan khey haan azad ghurjey watan” the entire Sindh danced with her words, because what she sang, what she taught and what she wrote, came straight from her heart.