Government of Pakistan: Annul the Anti-Sindh Act "Sindh Peoples' Local Government Act 2012"
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Government of Pakistan: Annul the Anti-Sindh Act "Sindh Peoples' Local Government Act 2012"

    1. Petition by

      Sindh Writers and Thinkers Forum

This Act passed by the notorious PPP-MQM nexus that deprives the Sindhi natives, & other population of Sindh by handing over its major cities to a fascist and killer party MQM; people of Sindh appeal to all Sindh-loving permanently-settled citizens of Sindh irrespective of their linguistic, ethnic and religious basis to join us in this noble struggle against the prejudiced Act.

To:
Government of Pakistan
Annul the Sindh Peoples' Local Government Act 2012

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Farhan Shaikh KARACHI, PAKISTAN
      • over 1 year ago

      The law promulgated negates the merit and thus basic rights of people...PPP govt has turned Sindh govt into authoritarian rule by allowing its cronies and favourites to stick to key positions and thereby destroy the fabric of society

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    • Farhan Shaikh KARACHI, PAKISTAN
      • over 1 year ago

      This law negates the merit and thus basic rights of the people of sindh...the law allows PPP+MQM govt to choose their favourites and cronies who suit their agenda in order to remain in power and thus destroy the institutional development...

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    • Abdul Razzak KARACHI, PAKISTAN
      • over 1 year ago

      Because it deprives us of our rights of ownership for our big cities

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    • jawad ali MATLI, PAKISTAN
      • over 1 year ago

      SPLGO is a death warrant for Sindh

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    • Ali Brohi PHILADELPHIA, PA
      • over 1 year ago

      It is Foundation towards Divison Of Sindh

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