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Kolhi Community Stages Protest Against Forceful Eviction

By: Kamran Khamiso Khowaja

THATTA: Men, elderly women, and children of Kohli Community held a protest outside Makli press club against being forcibly evicted by an influential person of the area.
The protesters told local reporters that an influential person Mureed Ali Shah had forcibly evicted them from their ancestral abodes where they were living for decades.
They further told that Mureed Ali Shah wanted to illegally occupy the salt mine situated near their village- Bacho Hussna Kohli a few Kilometers away from Dabejhi,where they had been working as bond laborers to earn their livelihood.
“Few armed men barged into our houses when we were in our sleep they subjected us to merciless torture, the concerned authorities are and gloves with them and nobody is here to listen to our hue and cry”; said Mai Hussna Kohli.
She alleged that the area police was in cahoots with the influential person hence not taking any action against him
Members of the Sindh Taraki Pasand Party Joined them in protest. A member of STP said that the constitution of Pakistan had given equal rights to minorities that were being violated blatantly. He further said that the irony of an influential person had rendered these poor people homeless and the area police were doing nothing against him.
The members of the Kohli Community urged SSP Thatta to take action against the influential person and his goons.

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