Tributes paid to MRD activists

Published September 13, 2009

DADU, Sept 12 Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah said on Saturday that Sindh would continue to struggle for a just NFC award because the province was deprived of its due share in resources in NFC award and water during Pervaiz Musharraf government.

Addressing a meeting in Khairpur Nathan Shah town to remember nine poli- tical acitivits who laid down their lives during the MRD Movement in 1983, the chief minister announced that a cadet college, a hospital and a sports ground would be constructed in Khairpur Nathan Shah.

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