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Establishment is preventing De-centralization. How long and how far the fraud schemes will continue to be perpetuated in the name of Pakistan and Islam to usurp the rights of people of Sindh and other units of Pakistan?

by Khalid Hashmani, McLean

Indeed, with such lies the Pakistani establishment is preventing De-centralization of many other subjects in accordance with the recent amendments to the Pakistani constitution. How long and how far the fraud schemes will continue to be perpetuated in the name of Pakistan and Islam to usurp the rights of people of small units /States/ provinces. This federal Education Minister and other ignorant high government officials like him who want to preserve centralization in the Education department and other jurisdictions should be condemned. They should not be allowed to serve since they took oath to abide by the constitution of Pakistan. If anything, Pakistan needs further De-centralization to become a true federation with adherence to strict provincial quotas in jobs including in the whole of Defense ministry and enactment of strong affirmative action programs to ensure proper representation of people from small states/ province whose employment lags their population proportion.

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While talking against the devolution of federal ministry of education, Pakistan’s federal education minister Mr Assef Ahmed Ali said:

“There will be only Sindhis, Pushtun, Punjabis and Balochs and not Pakistanis in 10 years if timely measures are not taken,” he said. …

Read more : The Express Tribune

Sindhi, Baloch, and Pushtun Delegates Meet Sheikh Hasina in Washington DC

Forwarded by: Khalid Hashmani (McLean, Virginia, USA)

Jail Hattya Dibosh
Monday, November 3, 2008

Courtesy and Thanks: NewBanglaDc
Sheikh Hasina Observed the Jail Killing Day
Washington DC Metro Awami League solemnly observed the jail killing day on November 2nd at the Best Western Hotel in Virginia. Awami League President and Ex-Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was present on the occasion as the Chief Guest. The speakers showed their heartfelt tribute to the national leaders and demanded justice. On November 3rd, 1975, four of our national leaders of the Bangladesh Liberation War – Syed Nazrul Islam, Tajuddin Ahmed, M. Quamruzzaman and Captain Mansir Ali, were brutally killed by the disgruntled army conspirators in the Dhaka Central Jail. Since then this day has been observed by the Bangladeshis living all over the world as the Prison Killing Day (Jail Hattya Dibosh). Please watch the ten-minute long highlights of Sheikh Hasina’s speech here:

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