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Sindhis in Pakistan demand for ‘Sindhudesh’

Karachi: A vast number of Sindhis living in Pakistan held a protest march from Gulshan-e Hadeed to the Karachi Press Club on Sunday to demand a separate homeland or ‘Sindhudesh’.

The protesters on motorbikes, cars and other vehicles waived red flags of ‘Sindhudesh’. The protest was organised by Jeay Sindh Quami Mahaz (JSQM), a nationalist political party in the Sindh province of Pakistan, demanding a separate country called Sindhudesh.

The protestors believe that Sindh is an independent nation but is forcefully occupied by Punjabis of Pakistan.

The movement was conceived by the Sindhi political leader GM Syed, who showed a new light to Sindhu nationalism.

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