BADIN: A number of political workers and office bearers of Sindh Tarki Passand Party (STP) Badin chapter along with representatives of civil society in district Badin have strongly criticised and rejected the federal government’s move to develop two small islands off the coast of Karachi into modern cities. According to the reports, Sindh Tarki Passand Party (STP) district Badin has organized number of the protest rallies in different towns and cities of district Badin and held sit ins on Wednesday against the Federal unacceptable move regarding Sindh’s Island.
The main and large rally was organized at Badin headquarter which was commenced from Mehran Chowk Badin and culminated at outside of Badin Press Club.This protest rally was led by the central leadership of STP Mr. Shahnawaz Siyal, Anwar Khoso, Rustam Chandio, Ghulam Qadir Muradani and others and participated by large number of workers, office bearers and representatives of civil society.
Other hand the protest rally was held in Matli city which was led by Aslam Mehndo, Gul Mohammad Shah and others.The speakers of the rallies organized by Sindh Tarki Passand Party ( STP) expressed that plan of Federal Govt to established modern cities at the coastal Islands of Karachi would be disregarding environmental laws and regulations.Speaking on the occasion protestors said that the Federal Govt had no authority and right to snatch the right of the province and launch unconstitutional development projects in the maritime area adding that provincial government should fulfil its obligations to stop such anti-people projects and they termed the provincial onwrship on the Island off the coast Karachi.
They said that any attempt of the Federal Government to occupy the island was against the constitution of Pakistan and such a move would be resisted at every stage.
They alleged that provincial govt of Sindh was also includes in the conspiracy of occupying the Sindh’s Islands and were playing the game of making the people fool. The protest also chanted huge slogans against both Federal and provincial government.