[Watch] Placards Of PM Modi Seen At Pro-Freedom Rally In Pakistan
New Delhi: Placards of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other world leaders were seen at a pro-freedom rally in Sindh province of Pakistan.
The protesters raised pro-freedom slogans and sought the intervention of the Indian PM and other world leaders for their freedom from Pakistan. The protest was held at Sann in Sindh on Sunday.
The rallyists claimed that Sindh is the home of the Indus Valley Civilisation and Vedic religion, but it was “illegitimately occupied by the British Empire and was delivered by them to Pakistan in 1947”.
#WATCH: Placards of PM Narendra Modi & other world leaders raised at pro-freedom rally in Sann town of Sindh in Pakistan, on 17th Jan.
Participants of the rally raised pro-freedom slogans and placards, seeking the intervention of world leaders in people’s demand for Sindhudesh. pic.twitter.com/FJIz3PmRVD
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“Among all these barbaric assaults on its history and culture, and all these ages of occupation and dawns of independence, Sindh has retained and maintained its separate historical and cultural identity as a pluralist, co-existent, tolerant and harmonious society where all the different cultures, languages and ideas of the foreign and native people have not only influenced each other but accepted and absorbed the common message of the human civilisation,” Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz Chairman Shafi Muhammad Burfat was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.
“This historical synthesis of religions, philosophies and civilisation from the east and west has given our motherland Sindh a distinct place in the history of humanity,” he added.
‘Sindhudesh’ is a demand for a separate homeland for Sindhis that emerged in 1967 under the leadership of GM Syed and Pir Ali Mohammed Rashdi. The protest was organised on the 117th birth anniversary of GM Syed, India Today reported.