Monday, 19 September 2016

GM Syed was an Enemy or a Hero of Sindhis?

Due to opportunistic politics of GM Syed in 1970’s, at present Sammat Sindhis are slaves of Syed and Baloch feudal lords in rural Sindh. Urban areas of Sindh are in control of Urdu Speaking Hindustani Muhajirs and People of Punjab are not interested in investing their economic resources and intellectual skills in the development of agriculture, industry, trade business, health and education sectors of Sindh.

G.M Syed was not a Sindhi nationalist leader. He was an opportunist of short vision. He had his ambitions in Rural Sindh to evacuate Rural Sindh from economically rich Punjabi settlers of Sindh; those were serving Sindh by the development of agriculture, industry, trade business, health and education sectors of Sindh.

G.M Syed achieved his goal by taking over the irrigated lands and established businesses of Punjabi settlers of Sindh along with domination of Syed and Baloch feudal lords over Sammat Sindhis in Rural Sindh. But, he dragged the Sindhi nation in permanent confrontation with people of
Punjab along with domination of Urdu Speaking Hindustani Muhajirs on Urban areas of Sindh.

In past, during 1970’s Punjabi settlers in Sindh from 1901 and 1932, evacuated Sindh and returned Punjab by handing over their irrigated lands and established businesses to Sindhis, especially Syed and Baloch.

Due to anarchy, terrorism, racist and fascist activities of MQM, during the end of 1980's
Punjab received dead bodies of Punjabis from Karachi along with shifting of Industry and trade business of Punjabis from Karachi to Punjab. G.M Syed was the main supporter of MQM Chief Altaf Hussain during that period.

After shifting industry and trade business of Punjabis from
Karachi to Punjab, Urdu Speaking Hindustani Muhajirs started to dominate the urban areas of Sindh and GM Syed was not able to stop them from evacuating Sindhis from urban areas of Sindh. Because, G.M Syed was not a Provincial level leader of Sindh, therefore, he was not able to do anything in urban areas of Sindh against Urdu Speaking Hindustani Muhajirs due to the domination of Muhajirs in urban areas of Sindh.

G.M Syed was also not able to resolve the disputes of Sindhi nation with
Punjab and Punjabi nation due to his filthy role against Punjabi settlers of Sindh. However, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Benazir Bhutto, Pir Pagaro, Muhammad Khan Junejo and Ghulam Mustafa Jattoi were bridging and binding force for Sindhi people with people of Punjab but, after death of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Benazir Bhutto, Pir Pagaro, Muhammad Khan Junejo and Ghulam Mustafa Jattoi, at present, Sindhi people are on way of detachment from people of Punjab due to lacking in social and political interaction with people of Punjab. As Punjab is the 60% population of Pakistan, therefore, detachment with Punjab will lead the Sindhi people towards national isolation.