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Sindh’s ‘division’

Published Oct 19, 2012 03:19am

I WOULD like to tell Sindh nationalist parties that the present local government ordinance has not divided Sindh, which already stands divided into rural and urban Sindh.

The proof of this is available in all government of Pakistan’s documents which clearly mention these two parts of Sindh, while in the case of other provinces no such parts are mentioned. So the cries of the division of Sindh are just a gimmick.

FARID ZUBERI     Lahore


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Comments (2) (Closed)


Kashif Rafique
Oct 19, 2012 07:04am
FARID ZUBERI Your views are quite understandable, and its all about to break the peace and create the law and order situation in the sindh, and i am very happy to see the PPP action in Sindh. Kashif Rafique
rose ansari
Oct 19, 2012 09:03am
first i want to say that we all 're people of our beloved country pakistan but unfortunaitly we 're unaware about our rites'. karachi is capital the of sindh there should be a rule in sindh, migraterors re very lucky they re in sindh otherwise other provinces did not allow them to settle there provinces.