Understanding the school of thought and jingoism of a separatist and liberal political party leader fighting for the freedom of the Sindh province in Pakistan
These words can stand dull on a piece of paper but they hold more meaning than they are credited for. There’s a fine line between understanding and agreeing. You may not agree with somebody’s take on things but if you’ve never really looked from his point of view, climbed under his skin and walked around in it, you will never understand his opinions.
HYDERABAD, June 10: A banned Sindhi nationalist organisation, Jiye Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM), has said it plans to hold a congregation in the city on July 6 on the issue of “freedom of Sindh”, in order to present what it called “the national case of Sindh and its fundamental agenda to the United Nations, human rights organisations and international community”.
JSMM chairman Shafi Mohammad Burfat said in a statement that the purpose of the congregation was to highlight the ideology of G.M. Syed for regaining ideological and economic interests of Sindh and to “strive for freedom, justice, coexistence, global peace”.