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Boats rally against handing over Islands of Sindh to Federal


A boat rally on the behalf of Save Island movement against handing over twince Islands Bandar and Dingy to Federal Government and presidential ordinance in which many political, social leaders STP chairman Dr Qadir Magsi, Awami Tehreek central Hoor-u-Nisa, AGP leader Noor Nabi Rahoojo, Hareef Chandio, JSQM leader Illahi Bukhsh Bikik, JSQ leader Nawaz Khan Zahoor, Muhammad Ali Khush, PPP Malir MPA Sajid Jokhio, MPA Raja Razzaq, MPA Mehmood Alam Jamot, MNA Jam Abdul Karim, Save Island Movement leader Muhammad Ali Shah, Gul Hassan Kalmaty, Khuda Dino Shah, Abdul Khaliq Jonejo, poet Mahar Dabai and civil society leaders and workers participated in a great number.

As rally started from Ibrahim Haider and leaders and workers became annoyed to see construction work at Dingy Island and moved toward island but speed boats equipped personnel stopped them.

Rally participants hailed strick slogans against federal government then they went towards Bhandar island during that water of sea became low so political, social leaders, workers and fishermen could not get down at island and they had protest standing boats on bank of island.On that occasion Muhammad Ali Shah addressed that sale and construction on them is against of consent.

He said that fishermen have been struggling since 2006 and at present whole Sindh is aware so they will not let anyone to hand over Islands tow federal.Qadir Magsi, Illahi Bukhsh Bikik, Zain Shah, Hoor-u-Nisa Palejo, Sajid Jokhio, Nawaz Khan Zaor and others said that federal government has to take presidential ordinance back and they will not succeed conspiracy of Sindh destruction so federal should not drive public into wall and if decision is taken against the will of Sindh public then it will give loss to unity of country.

On that occasion spirited social, political workers reached at Bhandar Island getting down from their boats where they protested till shrine of Saint Yousuf Shah and raised slogans also they prayed at shrine for Sindh

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