Settling of immigrants in Sindh slammed.

HYDERABAD -- Speakers at a discussion held at the residence of Sindh Taraqqi-pasand Party (STP) chairman on Monday observed that settling of immigrants in Sindh was being supported under a planned manner, and warned that this was not only burdening the province's economic resources and employment opportunities, but was also helping narcotics and weapons trade flourish.

Those who participated in the dialogue included STP chairman Dr Qadir Magsi, Hyder Mallah, Izhar Soomro, Zaib Sindhi, Farooq Soomro and Mustafa Baloch.

They said that the PPP government could not provide any relief to the province during its 15 years of rule, and added that ministers were filling their own coffers through corruption.

They claimed that an artificial price-hike had been created.


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