All posts tagged: sindh

Democracy is the Obstacle to the Development of Karachi, Baluchistan, FATA and South Punjab, Spending Preferentially on the Majority Alone

On November 27, 2021, the Sindh Assembly passed the Local Government (Amendment) Bill 2021 in which the majority powers of local bodies have been transferred to the provincial government. With its majority in Sindh province, the PPP thus took the development funds of Karachi into its own hands. Since the restoration of Democracy in 2008, […]

Whether Smart or Complete Lockdowns, Federal and Sindh Governments are Political Point Scoring over Coronavirus, Whilst Neither Look After the Healthcare and Economic Needs of Muslims

On 30 July 2021, the Sindh Chief Minister announced a sudden nine-day lockdown for Karachi, the world’s largest Muslim city, with a population estimated at well over twenty million, claiming that it was aimed at controlling the spread of the Coronavirus Delta variant. The lockdown included the closure of all markets and businesses, as well […]

The Muslims of Karachi are Forced to Choose between Hunger and the Virus, Due to Democratic Rulers

On 30th July 2021, the Chief Minister of Sindh, Pakistan imposed a strict lockdown in Karachi, Pakistan, the most populated Muslim city in the world, claiming it to be done for controlling the spread of the coronavirus. Along with imposing a ban on pillion motorcycle riding and shutting down markets, the rulers also limited time […]