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Sindh Hari Committee took out rally against water scarcity and illegal occupation over land of Sindh province

By our staff reporter
BADIN: The Sindh Hari Committee took out rally against prolonged water shortage, lack of basic amenities and illegal occupation over the land Sindh province on Monday.
The rally began from Allah Wala chowk and concluded in front of Badin Press Club led by central president, Sindh Hari Committee, Samar Hyder Jatoi, central General Secretary, Advocate Ahmed Nawaz and others and paid sit-in along busy road.
While addressing the gathering representatives said conspiracy was hatched to sell out thousands of acres land of Sindh province to others. They said people of the province were deprived of their rights in the name of development adding that they were not opposed of development but would not tolerate anti Sindh approaches. The representatives said they reject Bahria Town, DHA and other projects and will continue their struggle against those initiatives. They said Sindh was sustaining acute water shortage due to injustified share and inadequate supply of water causing the agro economy was destroyed and growers were facing huge economic deficit and loss. They claimed that IRSA was incompetent. The representatives said they would not compromise on share of water and will not accept any dam over Indus River. The protest was also participated by Comrade Wilayat Noonari, Sarfraz Khaskheli, Darya Khan, Murad Mallah, Abdul Aziz, Khalid Arain, Arab Mallah, Haji Bhooro and large number of workers.
On the other hand, while talking with journalists of Badin Press Club Samar Hyder Jatoi said the people of the province were deprived of basic amenities. He said lack of medicines in the hospitals, poverty, unemployment and corruption was creating unrest among the people and they were disappointed of the performance of the government.

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