SINDH: A partial strike is being observed today (Wednesday) in parts of Sindh on the call of Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM) in protest against the most controversial Pakistan Protection Bill (PPB) bulldozed in the national assembly yesterday, Geo News reported.
Sources said that petrol pumps are closed in Nawabshah, shutter down strike being observed in Ghotki, while life stands paralysed in several districts and towns of Sindh including Golarchi in Badin, Matli, Tando Bago, Talhar. Traffic remained thin on the roads. A partial strike is being observed in Naushehroferoze.
Karachi: Pakistan is under the threat of disintegration and after Baluchistan now Sindh is also demanding freedom from the state of Pakistan. To show this demand politically one of the Sindhi nationalist party Jeay Sindh Qaumy Mahaz (JSQM) called for a Freedom March in Karachi capital of Sindh.
The leaders in their speeches were telling the audience about the atrocities of the state and they specially brought recently burnt after being shot dead two of the leaders Maqsood Qureshi and Salman Wadhiyo bodies in protest.
SINDH: Activists of the Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz (JSQM) took to the streets following the murder of the party’s leader Maqsood Qureshi and his aide, whose charred bodies were found from a gutted car in Naushero Feroze district Friday morning.
The police found the car and later identified the victims as Maqsood Qureshi, who was JSQM’s spokesperson and the brother of the party’s leader Bashir Ahmed Qureshi, who died in mysterious circumstances and Latif Sangat Salman Wadhiyo, the central president of the party.