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There is no difference between the old and new Sindhis: Altaf Hussain


There is no difference between the old and new Sindhis: Altaf Hussain
 Posted on: 5/28/2012
Everyone will become old with the passage of time
Karachi: 28th May 2012
Founder and Leader of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) has said that Sindh does not belong to any one group. He said that the Sindh belongs to everyone whose life and death are tied to this province. It belongs to all those who are born here and who are buried here when they die. They earn their livelihood here and spend here whatever they earn. The permanent residents of Sindh have to co-exist by accommodating each other and accepting each other’s rights.
 

Mr Hussain said this while talking to the visiting PPP delegation at the MQM Head Office Nine Zero. He welcomed Mr Amin Faheem, Mr Khursheed Shah, Mr Naveed Qamar and Mr Maula Bux Chandio on Nine Zero.
Talking to the PPP leaders Mr Hussain said that we were all residents of Sindh. Some were old Sindhis and some were new. He said that everyone would become old with the passage of time. He said that the land of Sindh had opened its arms to everyone. There should be no distinction between the old and the new Sindhis. Everyone had equal rights on Sindh.

Mr Hussain said that the differences would have to be removed, and issues should be resolved peacefully through understanding and dialogues. He said that it was not in the interest of anyone to fight. Sindh would suffer, and its people would suffer.
Mr Hussain hailed the arrival of the PPP delegation at Nine Zero and the efforts being made by President Asif Zardari for bringing peace and harmony in Sindh. He said that these positive efforts must continue.

Mr Hussain assured the PPP leaders that the MQM had always made practical efforts for the rights of Sindh. He said that he was ready to offer any sacrifice for the rights of Sindh and for maintaining the atmosphere of solidarity.
The PPP leaders agreed with the views of Mr Hussain and gave assurance that they would continue to work for bringing peace, harmony and order in the province.

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