JSMM conducts massive rally in Sindh; Sindhudesh witnesses chanting of 'No China, Go China'
 Source : NewsBharati  Date : 19-Jan-2018

Islamabad, January 19: 'No China, Go China' slogans erupted in Sindh as ones again Anti-China slogans were echoed in Pakistan’s Sindhudesh on the 114th birth anniversary of scholar ideologue, and founder of Sindhudesh Movement Ghulam Murtaza Shah Syed. Notably, the movements, voices of locals in Sindh is slowly and steadily rising effectively just because of Islamabad’s worst rule and apathy and China’s suppression against the people of this region.


Anti-China slogans were raised during a massive rally that was organized by Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM) to mark the 114th birth anniversary of Ghulam Murtaza Shah Syed. Thousands of locals marched on the streets chanting 'No China, Go China' with posters and banners. The families of missing and killed JSMM activists also participated in the rally. Exiled JSMM Chairman Shafi Burfat delivered an audio message to the gathering.

The protesters were also carrying anti-CPEC, anti-extremist and religious terrorism banners and placards, which demanded the independence of Sindh. The protesters also demanded freedom of Sindh from Pakistani occupation, the abolition of human rights abuses and religious fundamentalism.

Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM), a Sindh-based nationalist party, led the massive rally-cum-march. Pakistani security forces sought to end the rally as quickly as it started. JSMM posted a video on Twitter showing a rally where the protesters were seen shouting slogans such as, "No China, Go China" against the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.

However, in recent times, Sindhudesh is continuously protesting against China’s CPEC project as well as against Pakistan’s torture and worst rule. Not only Sindhudesh, Balochistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir staged many protests against Pakistan and China.

China came up with its One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative in 2013. The project comprises a network of railways, roads and pipelines that would connect Pakistan's port city of Gwadar in the province of Balochistan, with the Chinese city of Kashgar in landlocked Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR).