Saturday, April 28, 2012

Sindh CM threatens Long March for Saraiki Province

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has threatened to lead a "Long March" towards Lahore for  the establishment of Saraiki Province.

Addressing a Press Conference at the Chief Minister House, Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah warned that if the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) led a Long March to Islamabad, the Pakistan Peoples Party would march on Lahore, for the establishment of Saraiki Province. "In case of any eventuality, the Nawaz-League will be held responsible," he added.

However, he didn't said any thing about the inclusion of Saraiki majority area of Sindh in the proposed Saraiki Province. That are, Kashmore, Jacobabad and Ghotki Districts of Sindh where Saraiki is widely spoken. Also, about forty percent (40%) population of Interior Sindh speak Sindhi Saraiki.

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