Exiled Sindhi leader accuses Pakistan of targeted killings, plundering of Sindh’s resources

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Frankfurt (Germany), January 23 (ANI): An exiled Sindhi leader has accused Islamabad of framing false charges against political activists for demonstrating against the illegal occupation, exploitation of resources and human rights violations in Sindh. Shafi Burfat, the chairman of Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz, now living in Germany, is fighting for `Sindhudesh’ or Free Sindh from Pakistani occupation. His party recently organised anti-government protests in Sann city of Sindh on the birth anniversary of prominent Sindhi leader, G M Syed with placards of world leaders including Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Sindhis accuse Pakistan of persecuting them with their land and resources being exploited indiscriminately and their culture enduring a state-backed ethnic cleansing attempt. The government has launched a crackdown against everyone it deems potent of rising for freedom. A number of them have been picked and detained indefinitely without trial. The family members have no idea where their closed ones are.

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