Nationalist leaders vow to foil all attempts to divide Sindh.

HYDERABAD -- The Sindh Action Committee leaders and activists of its component parties ended their hunger strike against formation of parliamentary committee for the proposed creation of new provinces and Sindh government's resolution for handing over executive functions of provinces to federal government.

The hunger strike was led by SAC leaders Ayaz Latif Palijo, Roshan Buriro, Masroor Shah, Dr Aziz Talpur, Waqar Kalro, Dr Badar Channa and others.

Speaking at the camp, Ayaz Latif Palijo said that Pakistan Peoples Party was ruling over Sindh for the last 15 years and this regime had allowed forcible occupation of land in the garb of Bahria town, Zulfikarabad and along the coastal strip of Sindh besides Kohistan belt. He said that now the PPP government was withdrawing from 18th Constitutional Amendment.

He urged Sindhi people not to remain irrelevant in this situation as this would lead them to disaster. He said that Sindhi people's uplift was not on the agenda of the PPP and federal government, and remarked that Asif Zardari had even deprived Sindh of flour. He further said that formation of parliamentary committee for creation of new provinces was a conspiracy against Sindh and the PPP was party to move.

He alleged that Asif Zardari was ready to dismember Sindh in lieu of powers for another five years. He said...

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