Hyderabad : The killers involved in the May 12 Mayhem are still free from the long arm of the law, and families of innocent victims still seek justice, said speakers of a seminar on May 12 Tragedy , organized by Students Institute of Law at Hyderabad Press Club auditorium here on Saturday.
They said the same ethnic outfit that was involved in the May 12 mayhem is now planning to divide Sindh province on ethnic lines, but the power hunger rulers have allowed it sharing the government in present coalition setup. They charged that the sitting regime was patronizing conspiracies against Sindh, betraying its voters in this province.
Awami Tehreek president Ayaz Latirf Palejo said the remnants of Gen Zia are today busy ruining Sindh. He charged that the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) had sold the interests of Sindh to save its government, adding the sitting rulers were directly responsible for the woes of Sindh. He alleged that Muttahida Quami Movement was involved in the killing of 51 innocent people in Karachi on the black day of May 12, 2007. He said the PPPP had decided to ruin Sindh in 1988 when its leaders had first visited the Nine Zero.
He expressed concern on fall of education standard in Sindh and charged that armed hooligans were given a free hand in Sindh University Jamshoro to play havoc with education and future of students and youth.
Jammat-e-Islami (JI) leader Maulana Abdul Waheed Qureshi said the apex courts should give justice to the families of May 12 mayhem victims. He said his party also took active part in the struggle for restoration of judiciary. He said Sindh provides 70percent revenue to the federation, but the poor people of Sindh are still walking barefoot. He said if the people of failed to unite the enemy would succeed in dividing Sindh. He charged that America wants to occupy Karachi Port and the deep rooted conspiracies against Sindh were part of this evil design.
Abdul Khaliq Junejo of Jeay Sindh Mahaz, ex-advocate general Yusuf Laghari Advocate, Afzal Gujjar of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) also spoke.