Sindhis celebrate the fourth day of December as their national cultural day. This year the Sindhis marked National Sindhi Cultural Day by demands of freedom from the oppressive Pakistani regime. Sindhis shouting slogans for a Free Sindh were seen in Karachi and in the interiors of Sindh.
Participants wore Sindhi cultural dresses with Sindhi Ajrak and cap. They carried banners with Sindh’s national symbol axe and the national flag of Sindhudesh was also hoisted at several places in these rallies. Slogans were raised for the removal of illegal refugees in Sindh and the recovery and freedom of Sindhi and Baloch national workers.
Jeay Sindh Freedom Movement (JSFM) and several other Sindhi organisations participated in the cultural rallies on December 4. A large number of JSFM workers participated in the rally taken out from Shahrah Faisal Karachi to Karachi Press Club. JSFM’s rally started from Shahrah-e-Faisal and reached the Karachi Press Club through Fuhara Chowk. The sea of Sindhi people could be seen everywhere in Sindh.
The central chairman of Jeay Sindh Freedom Movement (JSFM), Sohail Abro, vice chairman Zubair Sindhi, general secretary Ghulam Hussain Shabrani, Amar Azadi, Sodhu Sindhi, Hafeez Deshi and Parh Sindhu’s messages were read to the workers and to the Sindhi nation.
“Sindhis follow the teachings of Sain GM Syed. We are peace loving people but the Sindhis who follow Halali are being ruthlessly and barbarically murdered by the Pakistani regime. The illegal immigrants from Afghanistan and Waziristan have started massacring Sindhis and capturing their home and lands. Sindhis are slowly being reduced to a minority in their own home,” said Sohail Abro, JSFM chairman in his message to the Sindhis on December 4.
Sohail Abro explained that the process of abducting Sindhi political workers by Pakistani forces and its secretive intelligence agencies is intensifying every day. “The Paki forces break into the houses and violate the sanctity of Sindhi homes.”
Sindhis vowed to intensify their protests and demonstrations in front of international human rights organizations and across all civilized countries of the world.
JSFM chairman Sohail Abro and other central leaders congratulated the Sindhi nation on National Unity and Cultural Day and said that the JSFM leadership is closely watching the whole situation of Sindh. “Pakis carry out extra-judicial murders, they loot our homes and are responsible for ‘enforced disappearance’ of Sindhi national workers. When Sindhi nation is liberated, the independent Sindh will surely take into account each and every cruelty and barbarism committed by the Pakistani state.”
Sohail Abro, Zubair Sindhi, Ghulam Hussain Shabrani, Amr Azadi, Sodhu Sindhi, Hafeez Desi and Parh Sindhu appealed to the international organizations and civilized countries to take notice of the illegal immigrants in Sindh who have come from Waziristan and Afghanistan. They urged that the peaceful land of Sindh is being illegally occupied with the help of Pakistani regime who is assisting the massacre of Sindhis and promoting terrorist activities across Sindh.
“The international community must come forward in protecting those who are lost due to these forced abductions and must take notice of Pakistani cruelty and brutality and help in ending the restlessness and fear that has been created in Pakistan-occupied Sindh.”