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Sindh Assembly unanimously condemned (MQM's) Mohajir province graffiti

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  1. Imran Qadri

    For second time within last six months MQM Altaf resorted to wall-chalking and posters about Muhajir province and "Muhajir Chief Minister". Ironically MQM publicly denies having anything to do with such demands but covertly its unit and sector terrorists are directly involved in such wall chalking all around the city..

    MQM few days back also moved a bill regarding formation of new provinces and limiting provincial assembly's role(veto) in creation of new province.Sindh nationalist parties strongly reacted and protested against MQM's sinister moves. Hypocrite Altaf instantly issued statements that MQM does not want division of sindh..

    Unanimous resolution: Sindh Assembly condemns promotion of Muhajir province

    KARACHI: The Sindh Assembly unanimously passed a resolution on Friday condemning the recent spate of wall chalking and posters seen in Karachi calling for a Muhajir province, and called on the government to expose whoever was behind it.

    The Mohajir Sooba Tehreek, with no known leadership, held a protest calling for the creation of a province for Mohajirs on Tuesday at the Karachi Press Club, and has been promoting itself via graffiti on walls in Karachi and emails to media organisations.

    The issue was first highlighted by Sindh Culture Minister Sassui Palijo, who was speaking on a point of order. However, a resolution on the subject had already been drafted by Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) MPA Nusrat Seher Abbasi and Palijo and other MPAs from the Pakistan Peoples Party, PML-F and the National Peoples Party signed the resolution text before it was moved in the assembly by Abbasi.

    PML-Q (likeminded) MPA Abdul Razzaque Rahimoon had also spoken about the issue on Tuesday while talking to reporters outside the assembly.

    Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) MPA Amir Moin Pirzada spoke about the resolution, and stated that his party condemned the graffiti and was not aware of who was behind it. But Pirzada noted that there were calls for a ‘Sindhudesh’ province as well, and that separatist groups had been responsible for damaging railway tracks in Sindh and wondered if the government should open talks with these groups and ask them why they felt this way.

    This suggestion was rubbished by Palijo when she spoke to reporters after the session had ended. “These demands have not come from the indigenous people of Sindh, the people who live here. This is a historic province. We will not tolerate any conspiracy.”

    Palijo told reporters that the demand had no basis, and was a conspiracy to create a “civil war” in the province. She has asked the interior ministry and the home department to look into who was responsible for the graffiti. “I want to make it clear to our brothers that Pakistan’s boundaries are sacred to us. No one is in favour of the division of Sindh, and we will not accept any wickedness.”

    Two of the backers of the resolution – Palijo and PPP MPA Humera Alwani – noted that a coalition partner of the PPP had not signed the resolution, which they would have liked. When questioned, Alwani told reporters that the Muttahida Qaumi Movement had not signed the resolution and their assent to the resolution when it was put to vote was not audible.


    As resolution passes against Mohajir graffiti, MQM MPAs fail to sign


    We will not let anybody divide Sindh, pledged elected representatives as they adopted a resolution condemning recent talk about the creation of a so-called Mohajir province within the territories of Sindh.

    Emotionally charged MPAs, mostly belonging to the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party, expressed their annoyance and concern over the re-surfacing of this Mohajir sentiment that has turned up on walls, in posters and pamphlets in Karachi.

    Though adopted unanimously at the Sindh Assembly session here on Friday, the resolution was, however, not signed by any of the members belonging to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).

    Sassui Palijo of the PPP, who had brought up the issue before the House, said that the demand for a Mohajir province had no basis. “It is a conspiracy that will lead to ethnic riots and a civil war,” she said asking the federal interior ministry and the provincial home department to look into the matter to ascertain who was responsible for the graffiti.

    In a veiled reference to MQM and Urdu-speaking people, Palijo said “I want to make it clear to ‘our brothers’ that Pakistan’s boundaries are sacred to us. No one is in favour of the division of Sindh and we will not accept any mischief.”

    The resolution, which was moved by Nusrat Seher Abbasi, demanded the government expose who was behind it and take action against them.

    “I don’t see any political party backing the movement,” said an impassioned Sassui Palijo. “If [this is the case], then the government should expose the [people] behind it.” And then, at an even higher emotional pitch she said: “No son of man has the guts to try and divide Sindh into two.”

    But aside from the graffiti, the house also noted that a demonstration by a “Mohajir Sooba Tahreek” took place outside the Karachi Press Club on March 6. Some people were chanting “Shaher hamara, jungle tumhara” in incendiary words referring to how the ‘Mohajirs wanted Karachi’ and the ‘jungle’ or rural Sindh could go to the rest of the people.

    Nusrat Seher Abbasi and Marvi Rashidi of the PML-Q, Shazia Marri, Sassui Palijo, Humera Alwani, Saleem Khurshid Khohar of the PPP, Arif Mustafa Jatoi of the NPP, were among the signatories.

    “The MQM has nothing to do with this movement,” said MQM’s MPA Aamir Moin Pirzada, arguing that people had rejected this idea by voting the PPP and MQM into power. He did suggest, however, that leaders sat down with the people behind this movement to tackle their demands.

    But afterwards, the PPP’s Humera Alawani and Sassui Palijo discarded this suggestion of talking to groups, who they called “criminals”. “It would have been better had the MQM members signed the resolution,” they said, while speaking to the media in the post-session briefing.

    “Why should we talk to these people? These demands have not come from the indigenous people of Sindh, the people who live here,” said Palijo. She said this couldn’t be compared to calls from the Seraiki belt in Punjab to become a separate province, which has received support from Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, because historically it was a separate area.

    Alwani said they would be bringing up signatures with the chief minister as well.


    Posted 3 years ago on 10 Mar 2012 19:54 #
  2. Imran Qadri

    MST’s demand for new province surfaces, in anonymous debut

    KARACHI: Politically fuelled movements for the creation of Hazara and Seraiki provinces have emerged in recent months. The latest to join the fray are the Mohajir Sooba Tahreek (MST), a movement calling for the creation of a separate province in Sindh for the Mohajir people.

    The group made its official debut at a protest at the Karachi Press Club on Tuesday, March 6. But unlike the dozens of protests that take place outside the press club on a daily basis, this was marked by anonymity and little clarity.

    Those at the protest were reluctant to discuss their demands, and anyone trying to do so was asked to hold their tongues by men whose eyes were hidden behind dark sunglasses.(MQM's unit and sector Thugs)

    “Our ancestors sacrificed for the creation of Pakistan and what we are given today? We just want our own province and nothing else,” one man told reporters. While he wanted to talk at length, another angry man pushed him back and whispered into his ear.

    “At least we should have our own chief minister,” another protester said, but a couple of men took him away.

    The emergence of the MST, coupled with graffiti that has popped up recently across the city demanding the creation of a Mohajir province, has inevitably raised questions about the group’s origins. The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) was born as the Mohajir Qaumi Movement from the sense of discrimination the Mohajir community faced in Karachi.
    But the MQM denies it has anything to do with the movement, even though text messages advertising the protest came from members of the party. The MQM has supported the creation of a Hazara and Seraiki province, and moved legislation in the National Assembly on the issue, which sparked a row when Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, the leader of the opposition in the National Assembly, questioned the MQM’s motives. The MQM has also moved legislation for the deletion of Article 239 (4) from the constitution, which deals with the assent needed to create new provinces. That move has met with consternation from nationalist parties in Sindh, who have turned against the PPP for not opposing the MQM’s proposal at the outset.

    One man, who was distributing placards and posters, also refused to share his name. “I am from Liaquatabad and our organisation is the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and I belong to unit 158 of the MQM. We are with the MQM and Altaf bhai till our last breath but our leaders are unaware of this protest,”
    he said. He told The Express Tribune that the protesters were demanding a separate province because Mohajirs are not given any share in government jobs and are discriminated against at educational institutions. “The Awami National Party’s (ANP) men don’t allow us to get an education and jobs in Karachi while nationalist parties are hindering our ways in rural Sindh,” he said.

    “It is our right,” a young man in his thirties said. “We’ll take revenge,” he said, and disappeared into the crowd.

    “We want our own province. There can be no other compensation. We have been tortured, humiliated and killed for years,” was the impassioned plea of a young attendee.

    Pamphlets were being distributed on the street corners by men who directed the protesters not to speak to anyone. “Just chant slogans,” he instructed attendees.

    “We need the Mohajir province in Sindh,” said one. “Everyone is demanding provinces, why not us? You can’t imagine how people will join us… but this is not a protest for today. Such protests will be organised in the days ahead. If rulers can’t understand our issues they should leave us alone.”

    Posted 3 years ago on 10 Mar 2012 20:52 #
  3. expakistani


    Mohajir soba is better then Jinnah pur, Pakistan do need 6-8 new province...Dont need to name them Seriki or Mohajir suba but urban and south Punjab.... urban sindh?

    Posted 3 years ago on 10 Mar 2012 23:46 #
  4. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    Nusrat Seher Abbasi and Marvi Rashidi of the PML-Q, Shazia Marri, Sassui Palijo, Humera Alwani…
    Big whoop for the bitchfest for signing the resolution! Isn't one of these ladies were involved in cat fighting a few days back.

    Humera Alawani and Sassui Palijo discarded this suggestion of talking to groups, who they called “criminals”. “It would have been better had the MQM members signed the resolution,”
    I am seeing a threat hurled for the urbanites of Sindh. Well guess what, Baluchistan is already on last leg so that saving Pakistan slogan is over-used and cliched. It may please the establishment but have no value or sacredness left in my eyes for it. God speed to making province.

    Lagta hai Doctor aaj ziada hi joosh main tha, doo thread shroo ker deen ghabra kay:)

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 0:06 #
  5. expakistani

    lets vote... let see if people living in urban sindh like to have their own province.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 0:10 #
  6. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    You think they will let that happen! Are Pakistani that democratic? If it was the case there wouldn't be any need for MQM. History shows us otherwise. Yahan tou cheena perta hai, mango **** tou bikhari ki tarah laat khao ****.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 0:13 #
  7. runaway

    Why is MQM not supporting Urban Sindh province? Sindhi Waderas will never be in favor of separate province even though a provincial capital of rural Sindh somewhere close to them would help the rural population.

    MQM should support a new province

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 0:44 #
  8. expakistani

    Well ager mangney se nhi melta to cheen lo....
    MQM should openly support any such movement....rather then acting like dummy listeners

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 0:50 #
  9. quaidkamazaar

    I do not want a new province,
    what i want is freedom... but since that will not happen, right now, new urban sindh province seems ok :)

    I hope MQM can start backing this demand from the people who are their voters. they are scared because a lot of violence will be created from sindhi nationalists... and people like zulfiqar mirza will start barking again

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 1:17 #
  10. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    They took local body system from us Karachiites and gave us a looser administrator whose sole qualification is drinking who had taken us back to the stone age. Promises and more promises to reenact it but never deliver on it. These conniving hypocrites needs to be separated from us, they are the real cause of lagging progress. Good riddance to these PPP plunderers of wealth! I say do it today. They were never sincere to us and they will never be.

    They call it conspiracy, I call it democratic demand, enough with you cry babies living with hindu ideology of earth as mother.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 1:24 #
  11. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    If these folks can stand for their rights, why can't we:

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 1:40 #
  12. expakistani

    My vote is for urban sindh? one with in boundaries of Pakistan?

    @Quaidkamazar.... bhai are you looking for freedom? something within boundries of pakistan or Jinnah Pour type? be clear.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 1:43 #
  13. Qaiser Nadeem

    I am all for "Mohajiristan", "Jinnahpur" or whatever you want to call it.

    No one has yet answered my question, "WHY NOT"?

    It's interesting to note that Sindh assembly was the first one to pass "Pakistan Resolution". They should have come up with a proper solution for Muslims of UP, Bihar and other parts United India.

    Sindh is ruled by Waderas and Jagirdars who constantly exploit their subjects but urban middle class is educated enough to not fall in their traps.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 2:13 #
  14. Bawa

    اگر پنجاب کو سرائیکی اور خیبر پختون خواہ کو ہزارہ زبان کی بنیاد پر تقسیم کرنے کی حمایت یا مطالبہ کیا جا سکتا ہے تو مہاجر صوبے کی حمایت یا مطالبہ کیوں نہیں کیا جا سکتا؟؟؟؟؟

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 7:25 #
  15. EasyGo

    باوا جی
    بلکل کیا جا سکتا ہے
    اور یہی ان قائدین کو سوچنا چاہیے
    ووٹ کے لئے قوم کو تقسیم در تقسیم نہ کرتے جائیں

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 7:46 #
  16. Bawa

    @ EasyGo

    بھائی جی

    اگر کسی کام سے عوام کو کوئی فایدہ ہوتا ہے تو وہ کام ضرور کرنا چاہئیے

    بے شک وہ پنجاب کی تقسیم ہو یا سندھ کی - سندھ کوئی مقدس چیز نہیں ہے کہ جسکی تقسیم نہیں ہو سکتی

    تقسیم ہندوستان سے قبل سندھ بمبئی کا ہی حصہ تھا

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 7:53 #
  17. pakistani47

    History is repeating itself. Aborigines of Australia, Red Indians of America and Original Indians of India (Dallits). They all were marginalized

    All others are foreigners and offspring of invaders or Migrators are prospering.

    Let us see how it happens in Sindh. Because historically 80% of current population of Sindh has migrated here during various periods in past centuries.

    For Example:

    Qaim Ali Shah and other Syeds (Originally Arabs Migrators)

    Qadir Magsi (Baloach Migrator)

    Altaf Hussain (Indian Migrators)

    So What is the difference?

    Having said that current supporters of MQM must keep in mind that it is tradition of Sindh that it is good place for migrators not for indigenous people.

    MQM supportors are no more mohajirs. They are third generation of mohajirs. That is why they have to face hardships at the hands of Pathans and Afghans (The new migrators).

    Hope intelligent people will understand what I am trying to say.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 9:16 #
  18. barackosama

    Sindho dharti is sacred than anything to them Sindhis. They have already made generous concessions after making of Pakistan. They have been more accommodating than anyone else in their province for everybody. It is now time to stop asking them do more. Or else they will acquire a bad taste about the rest like them Baluchis and things could quickly gain momentum for the nationalists turning to secession.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 10:00 #
  19. Rohail Taqi

    Mohajir Soba is going to be disastrous for Pakistan.

    Pakistan should be divided into 10~12 provinces carefully and intelligently (not on ethnic basis).

    We need straight lines dividing the country into smaller units with safe highways and motorways connecting them. This will help reduce the segregation. But I think this is too much to ask from animals governing this country.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 10:18 #
  20. Rohail Taqi

    However, this looks more like the work of Haqiqi which Doctor is trying to fold onto MQM

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 10:22 #
  21. Sweettruth

    New Province movement is a great idea and not only there should be a province in Karachi but also throughout the country. In my view, there should be 15 more provinces in Pakistan.

    Opponents of this idea are narrow minded, backward and lack foresight.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 15:10 #
  22. Pakistani Expat

    This also exposes the hypocratic policy of PPP when its Prime Minister announces "Seraiki" province since he wants his son Abdul Qadir Gillani to be the CM (Elder Gillani is fully convinced that his party can Never win from Punjab because of his misdeeds inlcuding 18-hours electricity loadshedding and 4-days a week gas loadshedding).

    Seeing this the seraikis in other provinces (Dera Ismail Khan in KPK and some tehsils of Sindh) also want to be part of the "Seraiki" province.

    On one side the PPP wants a province for Seraiki's on linguistic grounds and on the other hand it obstructs and rather condemns making any new province out of Sindh. It proves that PPP is basically a "Sindh Card" party!

    Similarly, MQM's support to Hazara province is also exposed. It is not the sympathy for the people there but MQM has its own axe to grind.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 15:36 #
  23. Sweettruth

    PPP is bacward and narrow minded and still live in the last century; we need more provinces throughout Pakistan.

    Posted 3 years ago on 11 Mar 2012 16:07 #
  24. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    It is quite genuine demand coming from Karachiites. MQMH does not have the vision or support to garner such event. There is nothing wrong with demanding a seperate province for the Urban Sindh, it is not about excluding other ethnicities but to deal with the root cause since urban and rural Sindh have unique needs are not possible to entertain within current framework. Google Muhajir Sooba Tehreek.

    Please put sensationalization aside and work for greater Pakistan not for greater Sindh.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:28 #
  25. Sweettruth

    @Rizwan Qaimkhani

    MQM is the party of Karachi, they should raise voice (seriously) in favour of a separate province in Karachi and more provinces in Sind as well as Pakistan.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:32 #
  26. Rohail Taqi


    This is where I disagree. Having provinces for each of the separate nationalities is not a good idea.

    All I am saying is divide the country into smaller units based on some logic free of ethnicity. This, along with mayor (local body) system will eliminate suppression of any particular ethnicity by MNAs MPAs and CMs.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:37 #
  27. Sweettruth

    @Rohail Taqi

    I guess your views are pro-MQM. If I am correct then as a member/supporter of MQM what do you think should be done?

    Why MQM does not raise voice for a Karachi province?

    Several ethnic groups live in Karachi so creation of a new province will not be on ethnic basis.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:40 #
  28. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    Well, so what kind of demarcation you have in mind? What should be included or excluded?

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:44 #
  29. Rohail Taqi

    I am very pro-MQM but I love my country more.

    Muhajir soba would mean suppression of others by Urdu-speaking people just like the way Urdu-speaking people were and are being suppressed by a largely Sindhi dominated bureaucracy and wadera-shahi.

    Karachi soba is irrelevant and not needed. All Karachi and every other big city (Lahore, Peshawar etc) need is a powerful local body system for efficient management of local issues.

    It does not mean that new provinces are not needed, there should be 10~15 provinces but based on some metrics important to the prosperity of the country.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:48 #
  30. Sweettruth

    @Rizwan Qaimkhani

    You guys are from Karachi, you better tell us what should be done. We need more provinces in Pakistan and let's start from Karachi.

    MQM is quick to raise voices for Hazara and Sariaki provinces; why not start such demands from your own stronghold first?

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:49 #
  31. Rohail Taqi

    :) That I do not know nor it would matter. But just think about it.

    Lets say you get Muhajir soba and the next that Pukhtoon from Baldia and Pahar-jung rose and demand for PKP-2 would that be acceptable?

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:50 #
  32. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    We can give them separate city if that make sense.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:54 #
  33. Rohail Taqi


    But they dont want a city they want a province. In the middle of the province of Karachi. An island province.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:57 #
  34. Sweettruth

    @Rohail Taqi

    I am not talking about creating soba on the basis of suburbs of Karachi; I am talkin about creating province on the basis of entire karachi city which is itself a huge city both in terms of population and area.

    no doubt, MQM is the real representative group of people of Karachi then it has the responsibility to think above politics and for the public it represents in assemblies.

    Everyone I have met in Karachi supports such an idea of having a Karachi province; why MQM does not work towards it?

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 0:58 #
  35. Rohail Taqi

    What about people living in Hyderabad, Rahimyar Khan and other interior Sind supporters of MQM.

    MQM does not support dividing Sind and it has a well thought out stand on it.

    MQM does not want to be associated with Karachi only, this is good thing isn't it?

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 1:00 #
  36. Sweettruth


    Thanks very much for this important thread; and I give a big salute to everyone (picture above) who participated in this protest for a separate soba in Karachi.

    Long Live a new soba in Karachi

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 1:01 #
  37. Sweettruth

    @Rohail Taqi

    If you dont want to divide Sind then why MQM supports Hazara and Saraiki province?

    In my view, MQM will extend its support in other parts of Pakistan if it demands a separate province in Karachi first.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 1:04 #
  38. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    Listen to this song for Muhajiristan province:

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 1:04 #
  39. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    What about people living in Hyderabad, Rahimyar Khan and other interior Sind supporters of MQM.

    We are not asking to carve a separate country, nobody is asking anyone to leave so why it would be a problem. Plus there are a number of different maps circulating for the new province so I am not sure what would be excluded or included. Also isn't it Rahimyar Khan is in Southern Punjab? It would be great to add Lasbela and Gawadar to Karachi due to the agglomeration economy reason.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 1:08 #
  40. Rohail Taqi

    Yeah it is but there is a large support for MQM there.

    True but wouldn't MQM demanding muhajiristan mean they are a party of muhajirs and has nothing to do with other areas.

    Let them do this if they are not demanding Muhajiristan then there is a good reason for it.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 1:08 #
  41. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    Than you should ask ahsan haroon sahab to stop this movement.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 1:13 #
  42. Sweettruth

    MQM should and MUST raise voice for a separate province; there is no party in Pakistan more organised than MQM and it can fight this battle to pave way for other areas as well.

    Hazara or Saraili soba is like a topi drama and all you will get statements after statements in favour of a soba but in reality nothing will happen as large parties like PPP knows how to play with words and topi drama.

    MQM is strong and organised party with strong grassroot support and if it raises its voice for a soba it will have significant effect for other areas as well.

    MQM should stop politics on soba movement and shoud do something serious instead of their silence.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 1:37 #
  43. pakistani47

    @ RQK

    I was just telling the historical facts. You know about Makafat-e-Amal. It is a fact and I am strong believer of it. Whatever a person or community do, they will be paid back in same coin in this world and hereafter.

    So if Karachi becomes a separate province it woulld not be a big deal. It has to happen some time in future. What we must not forget is Makafat-e-Amal.

    Karachi is being flooded by aliens and will continue to do so. A time will come when it will become truly a multi-ethnic city like London and NY.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 7:44 #
  44. Adonis

    There is nothing wrong with new provinces as long as these are created for better administration, not on the basis of ethnic or linguistic biases.

    All Pakistanis are Pakistanis first, other identifications are secondary.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 7:52 #
  45. pakistani47

    All Pakistanis are Pakistanis first, other identifications are secondary.

    It is very good to say theoritically and I support it. But unfortunately practically things are different.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 8:26 #
  46. Adonis

    It is not theoretical. Many Pakistanis practice it, though there are many others as well who do not.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 10:29 #
  47. barackosama

    Some provinces must be carved out on ethnic basis. It is necessary for granting concessions and starting an appeasement process e.g. Seraiki and Hazara provinces. Meanwhile when admins are Seraikis and Hazarwali and funds are appropriated, good management is certain to follow. Other provinces are needed due to pure admin reasons.

    If a Mohajir sooba is a necessity in Karachi then equally necessary is a Pashtun sooba in Karachi.

    Posted 3 years ago on 12 Mar 2012 17:00 #

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