HYDERABAD: Former director information and renowned journalist Allah Bachayo Memon has said the much needed peace can be achieved through development of classical music and to encourage those artists working on it.He said Ustad Mairaj Hussain Raju Samrat through Kathak and Dhola was disseminating the colors of love and brotherhood. He was addressing a function held in honor of Ustad Mairaj Hussain Raju at press club auditorium. He asked culture department government of Sindh to get Ustad Mairaj free treatment of his eye disease due to which he was unable to view natural beauty.Earlier the chairman of MJF Shabbir Tabish highlighted the art and performance of Ustad Raju and his contribution towards peace and brotherhood in Sindh through his art. He said the setting up of forum was aimed to encourage journalists,writiers, poets, artists and to bring awareness about literature and culture of Sindh..However he asked Sindh government to give up its traditional attitude and to fulfill its duties.Senior producer Radio Pakistan Sohail Malik,Ustad Amir Ali Khan, noted writer and deputy controller of Hyderabad Board of Education Dr. Masroor Ahmed Zai,Dr. Shamim Ansari, Sabir Rajput,Majid, Abdul Shakoor Aasi,Dr.M.Shafi Shaikh, Hussain Raza, Tariq Khanzada, Mukhtiar Ahmed Khan,Sumair Ali, Shakeel Arain also spoke on the occasion.
PPP,MQM UNDER FRUSTRATION FOR SURVIVAL, BEFOOLING VOTERS
HYDERABAD: Under a conspiracy PPP and MQM were talking of Sindhis and Muhajirs only to save their skin by befooling their voters who same to be exhausted of their hate politics. To regain the lost sympathies of people both parties were raising slogans of Muhajir and Sindhi nationalism. This was stated by Dr. Uzma Jokhyo chairperson of National Nari Tehrik addressing meeting of Nari Tehrik at National House Qasimabad.She said Sindh even today was historically and under 1940 resolution independent satate. She said people of Sindh had joined Pakistan conditionally and it were Sindhis who had created Pakistan by passing first resolution from Sindh Assembly. Now they were being punished and our resources were occupied by non-Sindhis. She said those who call themselves as Muhajir must read history that Muhajirs never create any acountry. She reminded that by wall chalking and gathering few thousands people neither provinces are created nor bifurcated. She asked Sindhi women to come forward and play role of Mai Bakhtawar to save their thousands years old Sindh motherland. On this occasion, Moona Junejo, Dr. Nasim Akhtar, Saima Dheri,Rukhsand Rajput, Dr. Laila Ansari, Parween Memon and others were present.
SSP HOLDS MEETING WITH RELIGIOUS LEADERS FOR MUHARRAM SECURITY PLAN
By ABBAS KASSAR
HYDERABAD: SSP Hyderabad Pir Farid Jan Sarhandi called a meeting of notables and religious leaders belonging to various sects in his office which was chaired by him and attended among others by former mayor and chairman of Anjuman Hussaini Mirza Ashiq Hussain Beg, Maulana Muharamdin Qadri,Muhammad Imran Soharwardy, Ghazi Salahuddin,Mian Muhammad Abid Dehlvi, Ehsan Nagar,Mustafa Ali Hydri, Raza Irani, advocate Muhammad Aslam Samoo,Sadiq Hazarvi,leaders of various schools of thought, elite of city and others. Addressing the meeting SSP Hyderabad said all religious events happen to be peaceful due to your cooperation. He said it was his duty to maintain peace in city not only on religious days but on all days of the year. He said during Muharram the code of ethics would be implemented and there would not be any compromise on it. He said action will be taken against distribution of hate literature and provocative speeches. He said police will be deployed on exit and entry points of city with installation of video cameras. He said action will also be taken against cable operators for running hatred program on cable. He said first meeting has been held with you so fool proof arrangements could be made in consultation with you. He said leaves in police department has been cancelled and strict vigilance with hidden cameras will be adopted during the month so to ensure complete peace and harmony in the city.