HYDERABAD: Sindh rural support organization with orgnise a 3 day Sartyoon Sang Crfts Exhibition at Sindh Museum from 5 to 7 June 2015.The exhibition will bring a variety of traditional arts and crafts of Sindh. These colorful and captivating products- the work of hundreds of rural women from different remote villages from Kashmore to Thar with mixture of Sindhi handicrafts including some textiles( made up of intricate patch work, cut work, and embroidery, basketry, jewelery etc will be kept for exhibition. According to CEO of SRSO Muhammad Dital Kalhoro the object of the event is to facilitate better income for artisans of rural Sindh. With aim to promote exquisite traditional handicrafts in Hyderabad urban market.
SNP ASKS UNO TO TAKE NOTICE OF MASS MURDERS BURMESE MUSLIMS
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HYDERABAD: Sindh National Party has said the silence of EU, UNO International conscience and so called religious leaders on mass killing of Burmese Muslims was condemnable. The party asked UNO to take notice of the massacre and provide them shelter. This was stated by senior leader of SNP Ashraf Noonari, Akhtar Sindh and Nari Tehrik leader Dr.Uzma Jokhyo in a joint statement. They said since long thousands of Burmese Muslims were staying on borders of Burma, Indonesia,Australia, Thailand and Malaysia but no country was ready to take these refugees. This proves that Sindh is the only country which had given around 10 million Muslim refugees from India at time of independence as Sindhis were followers of teachings of brotherhood and interfaith harmony. They said when few months back a dead body of a non Muslim Sindhi Bhooro Bheel was dragged out from grave in Pangrio they reacted sharply and told world that Sindh was trustee of peace. They asked Muslim countries to boycott Burma and put pressure on international human rights bodies to play role for religious freedom.
WAPDA WORKERS UNION FOR 50% INCREASE IN SALARIES, PENSIONS IN BUDGET
HYDERABAD: All Pakistan Wapda Hydro Electric Workers Union (CBA) has demanded from government to increase salaries and pensions of workers and employees to 50% keeping in view the sky touching price hike in country.This was stated by union president Abdul Latif Nizamani while addressing a gathering at labour hall here last night which was held with reference to forthcoming budget. Provincial general secretary Iqbal Qaimkhani, Malik Sultan Ali, Iqbal Ahmed Khan, Azam Khan, Muhammad Hanif Khan, Rafiuddin Shah, Asadullah and others were present on the occasion. Nizamani said as the government has increased prices of petroleum products due to which daily use items like sugar, cereals, milk, cooking oil, ghee etc have gone up which has put more burden on working class as such he said it was must for government to increase salaries and pensions of workers and employees to 50% so common man can meet both ends. He also demanded dissolution of Jagirdari system and distribution of land among landless peasants, bringing more rich men in tax net and to hand over power companies from boards of directors to WAPDA. He also demanded to make clear announcement to withdraw privatization policy of national institutes like Wapda and others.
HUJ CONDEMNS PINYARI POLICE VIOLENCE ON KTN CAERAMAN MURTAZA THEBO
HYDERABAD: Hyderbad Union of Journalists (Dastoor) president Farhan Effendi, general secretary Abbas Kassar , senior joint secretary Mirza Khan and others have condemned violence of Pinyari police of Hyderabad city on cameraman of KTN TV channel Murtaza Thebo who was waylaid while returning from duty from KTN office in civil lines few days back during night hours after performing his duties and then police party in present of SHO snatched Q mobile valued at Rs.16500 and his salary Rs.7500. This is utter disregard of police with journalists of Sindh. The HUJ leaders in statement after meeting Murtaza at press club where he had come to complain against police atrocities said it was surprising on one hand IG Sindh visits Karachi press club to offer apology for police violence on journalists outside SHC while on the other cases from upon 11 journalists of Badin have still not been withdrawn. These journalists only crime was they gave coverage to Dr, Mirza during his visit to Badin last month.
HUJ has demanded from DIG and SSP Hyderabad to take action against Pinyari police party which deprived journalist Murtaza Thebo of cash and mobile set and get his looted property back to him.
HUJ also demanded withdrawal of false cases filed under ATA on 11 journalists of Badin.
MINORITIES RALLY AGAINST ATTACK ON SHIV MANDIR DURGA MATA
HYDERABAD: Hundreds of minorities including Kolhis, Waljis, Bheel, Meghwar, Bagri, Walmiki, Thakur and people from various communities as well civil society held protest demonstration in front of press club here against attack on Durga Mata Shiv temple near Circuit House Hyderabad and demanded to arrest the attackers and give them punishment. The protest was led by advocate Weerji Kolhi, Dr.Sarwan Kumar Bheel, Bhagat Karamchand, Jumoon Bhagat, Kirshna Lal, Deedar Mirani,Chandan Malhi, Dr.Adoram, Dr.Sham Sunder of minority wing of ML(N) and others. They marched from temple near circuit house to press club where they held protest demonstration.
ONE INJURED IN FIRING
SHIKARPUR: One villager injured in firing at village Uddin Muhammad Brohi in the limits of Golo Daro Police Station on Thursday.
According to reports a clash erupted between Brohi and Denari communities over a petty matter.
As a result of firing one villager identified as Muhammad Khan Brohi was sustained bullet injuries and moved to Chandka Medical College Hospital (CMCH) Larkana in critical condition after providing him first aid from Taluka Headquarter (THQ) Hospital Garhi Yasin.
FIR was not registered till this news was flashed.
MOTORCYCLIST DIES WHILE TWO OTHERS INJURED.
SHIKARPUR: A motorcyclist was killed while two other were received serious injuries due to over speed at Shikarpur-Rustam link road near village Boriri Sethar in the limits of Rustam Police Station on Tuesday early hours.
According to reports three youths were coming from Shikarpur to their village Boriri when their motorcycle overturned.
As a result of accident a youth identified as Kamran Sethar of 18, resident of village Boriri was died on the spot and his two other friends were received serious injuries.
Area Police Official (APOs) rushed on the spot body of deceased handed over to his heirs after conducting post-mortem examination from District Headquarter (DHQ) Hospital Shikarpur and injured youths admitted in same Hospital for medical treatment. FIR was not registered till this was flashed.