105 nationalists join national mainstream  

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Published: 05:13 PM, 13 Aug, 2022
105 nationalists join national mainstream  
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On the auspicious occasion of the 75th Independence Day of Pakistan, as many as 105 activists of different nationalist parties of Sindh province have joined the national mainstream by surrendering and announcing their recognition of the law, reported 24 News HD TV Channel Saturday.  

 Addressing a press conference in Sukkar, prominent leaders and office-bearers of Jai Sindh Qaumi Mahaz, Jai Sindh Tehreek, Jai Sindh Muttahida Mahaz and other nationalist parties announced their decision to quit politics of nationalism to join mainstream political parties.

They confessed that they had decided to dissociate themselves from their respective nationalist groups. they had lost their way, but now they are on the right path. They will be loyal to the country and the nation from today, they added.

Carrying national flags and raising the slogan of “Pakistan Zindabad’, the activists included Abdul Hameed Sheikh, Zaheer Abbas, Sher Dal, Muhammad Siddique, Tariq Hussain, Abdul Sattar, Irfan Ali, Ghulam Yasin, Allah Bachao, Ayaz Dasti, Waqar Ahmed, Gulfam Sharr and others also explained the reason for their involvement in anti-national activities. They said that if there is employment for the youth in the province, then they will never become a tool of the enemy and will never become a worker of such a party or organization that would harm national integrity. They condemned that their leaders were sitting abroad and acting as a tool in the hands of India and hatching conspiracies against the country. They are exploiting innocent youth for their own ulterior designs, they deplored.   

They called on the government to create employment opportunities for the youth so that they do not become anyone's tools.

“We are loyal to Pakistanis now and we are ready for any sacrifices for its solidarity, they said.

Some of these activists have remained underground so far to escape treason trials.

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