Paki regime fires on Sindhis celebrating Sain GM Syed’s birthday

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Sindhis protest against indiscriminate firing by Pakistani forces during peaceful celebration of Sain G.M. Syed's birthday at Sann.
Rally organized by Jeay Sindh Freedom Movement at Sann city in Sindh. (Photo: News Intervention)

On the occasion of 119th birth anniversary of the founder of Sindhudesh movement G.M. Syed, Jeay Sindh Freedom Movement (JSFM) convoys from across Sindh reached the city of Sann, the birth place of G.M. Syed in occupied Sindh. Responding to the JSFM central committee call, thousands of Sindh-loving families along with their innocent children joined the caravans from different cities of occupied Sindh on wagons and buses while resisting violence, oppression inflicted by Pakistani forces and breaking all state barriers.

The convoy of vehicles that came from different cities held banners which read “No China Go China”, “CPEC corridor project rejected”, “Aliens should be expelled from Sindh”, “Free forcibly disappeared Sindhi and Baloch national workers and stop the forced conversion of Sindhi Hindu girls”. These banners were displayed along with the national flag of Sindhudesh.

The JSFM caravan broke the barriers set up by the Pakistani establishment and reached Sunshahr Dadu, where young men and women along with innocent children visited the shrine of their beloved leader and laid floral wreaths on his grave and paid homage with the national anthem and a national salute.

On the other hand, JSFM Chairman Sohail Abro, Vice Chairman Zubair Sindhi, General Secretary Ghulam Hussain Shabrani, Amar Azadi, Sudhu Sindhi, Hafeez Deshi and Parh Sindhu jointly stated that “today’s state attack has taken place in the political heart of Sindh and it will be remembered as a black day in our history. Today’s atrocities by the state of Pakistan on Sindhi people will be appropriately responded by people of Sindh at appropriate time”.

JSFM central leadership in their press release further added that the attack on Sann and state violence on national workers have been considered an attack on Sindh and that bullets and sticks cannot be answered with flowers, but “only with stones and sticks”.The statement further stated that all the workers who are victims of state terrorism, regardless of which party they belong to, JSFM owns everyone of them and consider them as its heirs because they belong to each other.

JSFM’s leadership in their joint statement stated that state violence, shootings and arrests against innocent children and women along with Syed’s followers and honorable national workers amount to open terrorism and it is imperative that international human rights organizations take note of  violence, terrorism perpetrated by Pakistani forces and that the victims need to be provided justice.

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