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By Dr Ali Akbar Dhakan, Karachi, Sindh

MQM is a party which raised from the status of an ethentic group to a political force in our Sindh particularly in Karachi, Sindh, where majority of population belongs to migrants from India and comprise of a middle class. Sindh not only ruled by MQM, chief Altaf Hussain and establishment but it has also controlled and ruled by the land lords, jagirdars, fuedal class of tribes and creeds. If they become the part of the govt. then they try to grab all resources and fill their bellies with luxuries and therefore do not care for the fates of poor people of Sindh who gave them their valuable votes. That is why at present, the ministers and even President belonging to Sindh are very careless to offer their sympathies and respect to the poor people of Sindh. Therefore, I want to suggest Asif Ali Zardari, Qaim Ali Shah, Altaf Bhai, Rasool Bux Palijo and other stake holders of Sindh (a)offer sympathies to whole Sindh for solving problems (b)call people of Sindh who have remained victims in different fields (c)direct all Ministers and MPAs and MNAs to meet the people of Sindh (d)mix with the people of Sindh by organising their offices and units in whole sindh (e)organise conferenes in Sindh and announce sympathies with the people of Sindh. In this way, you all political parties will get sure success in Sindh and by serving the poor people of Sindh, you all can be effective force in Sindh.

“NGO sector and Political parties”

by Jamil Junejo, Hyderabad- Sindh
NGOs emerge and flourish where state institutions become inefficient, and dysfunctional, where political parties are banned by government or degenerates because of their ideological and structural issues. Besides, due to inefficient performance of political parties and resultant generation of distrust people are compelled to eagerly look for substitute platforms to express their feelings, demands and aspiration. Emergence of NGOs in Zia era amply supports this view point. For political parties were banned .Political activities were suppressed. Resultantly people opted for substitute platforms in the form of NGOs to opine and to act collectively.

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