Sindh is the land of Sammat people. Sammat's are the actual and original inhabitants of Sindh. The Arabic Background, Baloch and Muhajir people are invaders and infiltrators of Sindh.
Sammat is the 42% Population of Sindh. But;
In Rural areas of Sindh, Sammat's are under the social, economic and political domination of Baloch origin people, those make about 16% of the total population of Sindh and Arabic origin people, those make about 2% of the total population of Sindh.
In Urban areas of Sindh, Sammat's are under the social, economic and political domination of Urdu-speaking Muhajirs, those make over 19% of the total population of the province.
A total of 61 MNAs of Sindh reached the National Assembly in 2013, 17 belong to Baloch Sindhi, 12 of Arabic Background Sindhi, 8 of Sammat, 3 of Mahar, and 21 of Urdu Speaking Muhajir.
Out of 17 Baloch Sindhi MNAs of Sindh, 16 reached the National Assembly from the platform of PPPP and one from the platform of NPP.
Out of 12 Arabic Background Sindhi MNAs of Sindh, 9 reached the National Assembly from the platform of PPPP, 2 from the platform of PMLF and one as an independent candidate.
Out of 8 Sammat MNAs of Sindh, 7 reached the National Assembly from the platform of PPPP and one from the platform of PMLF.
Out of 3 Mahar MNAs of Sindh, 2 reached the National Assembly from the platform of PPPP and one from the platform of PMLF.
Out of 21 Urdu Speaking Muhajir MNAs of Sindh, 19 reached the National Assembly from the platform of MQM, one from the platform of PPPP and one from the platform of PTI.
Pakistan People’s Party Parliamentarians
NA-198 (Sukkur-I) Nauman Islam Shaikh Urdu Speaking Muhajir
NA-199 (Sukkur-II) Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah Arabic Background
NA-200 (Ghotki-I) Ali Gohar Mahar Mahar
NA-201 (Ghotki-II) Ali Muhammad Khan Mahar Mahar
NA-202 (Shikarpur-I) Aftab Shaban Mirani Baloch
NA-204 (Larkana-I) Muhammad Ayaz Soomro Sammat
NA-205 (Larkana-II) Nazeer Ahmed Bughio Baloch
NA-206 (Larkana-III) Mir Aamir Ali Magsi Baloch
NA-207 (Larkana-IV) Faryal Talpur Baloch
NA-208 (Jacobabad-I) Mir Ejaz Khan Jakhrani Baloch
NA-209 (Jacobabad-II) Mir Shabbir Ali Bijarani Baloch
NA-210 (Jacobabad-III) Ahsan ur Rehman Mazari Baloch
NA-212 (Naushero Feroze-II) Asghar Ali Shah Arabic Background
NA-213 (Nawabshah-I) Dr. Azra Peechoho Baloch
NA-214 (Nawabshah-II) Syed Gulam Mustafa Shah Arabic Background
NA-215 (Khairpur-I) Nawab Ali Wassan Sammat
NA-218 (Hyderabad-I) Makhdoom Saeeduz Zaman Arabic Background
NA-221 (Hyderabad-IV) Syed Mir Shah Jamote Arabic Background
NA-222 (Hyderabad-V) Syed Naveed Qamar Arabic Background
NA-223 (Hyderabad-VI) Haji Abdul Sattar Bachani Sammat
NA-224 (Badin-I) Sardar Kamal Khan Chang Sammat
NA-225 (Badin-II) Dr. Fehmida Mirza Arabic Background
NA-226 (Mirpurkhas-I) Shafqat Hussain Shah Jilani Arabic Background
NA-227 (Mirpurkhas-II) Mir Munawar Ali Talpur Baloch
NA-228 (Mirpurkhas-III) Nawab Yousuf Talpur Baloch
NA-229 (Tharparkar-I) Fakeer Sher Muhammad Bilalani Sammat
NA-230 (Tharparkar-II) Noor Muhammad Jeelani Arabic Background
NA-231 (Dadu-I) Malik Asad Sikandar Baloch
NA-232 (Dadu-II) Rafiq Ahmed Jamali Baloch
NA-233 (Dadu-III) Imran Zafar Laghari Baloch
NA-235 (Sanghar-II) Shazia Marri Baloch
NA-236 (Sanghar-III) Roshan Din Junejo Sammat
NA-237 (Thatta-I) Shamasunnisa Memon Sammat
NA-248 (Karachi-X) Shah Jahan Baloch Baloch
NA-258 (Karachi-XX) Abdul Hakeem Baloch Baloch
National People’s Party (Pakistan)
NA-211 (Naushero Feroze-I) Ghulam Murtaza Jatoi Baloch
Pakistan Muslim League (F)
NA-203 (Shikarpur-II) Ghos Bakhsh Khan Mahar Mahar
NA-216 (Khairpur-II) Pir Sadaruddin Shah Arabic Background
NA-217 (Khairpur-III) Syed Kazim Ali Arabic Background
NA-234 (Sanghar-I) Pir Baksh Junejo Sammat
NA-238 (Thatta-II) Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Sheerazi Arabic Background
Muttahida Qaumi Movement
NA-219 (Hyderabad-II) Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui Muhajir Background
NA-220 (Hyderabad-III) Syed Waseem Hussain Muhajir Background
NA-239 (Karachi-I) Mohammad Salman Khan Muhajir Background
NA-240 (Karachi-II) Khuwaja Sohail Mansoor Muhajir Background
NA-241 (Karachi-III) Iqbal Qadri Muhajir Background
NA-242 (Karachi-IV) Mahboob Alam Muhajir Background
NA-243 (Karachi-V) Abdul Waseem Muhajir Background
NA-244 (Karachi-VI) Sheikh Salahuddin Muhajir Background
NA-245 (Karachi-VII) Kamal Malick Muhajir Background
NA-246 (Karachi-VIII) Kunwar Naveed Jamil Muhajir Background
NA-247 (Karachi-IX) Sufiyan Yousuf Muhajir Background
NA-249 (Karachi-XI) Dr. Farooq Sattar Muhajir Background
NA-250 (Karachi-XII) Arif Alvi PTI Muhajir Background
NA-251 (Karachi-XIII) Syed Ali Raza Abidi Muhajir Background
NA-252 (Karachi-XIV) Abdul Rashid Godial Muhajir Background
NA-253 (Karachi-XV) Muzammil Qureshi Muhajir Background
NA-254 (Karachi-XVI) Muhammad Ali Rashid Muhajir Background
NA-255 (Karachi-XVII) Syed Asif Hasnain Muhajir Background
NA-256 (Karachi-XVIII) Iqbal Ali Khan Muhajir Background
257 NA-257 (Karachi-XIX) Sajid Ahmed Muhajir Background
Being neighbors of Sindh and the 60% population of Pakistan, the Punjabi nation has a moral obligation to liberate Sammat Sindhis from social, economic and political domination and victimization of Arabic, Bloch and Urdu-Speaking Muhajir invaders and infiltrators of Sindh. Because, the Sammat Sindhi is a victim of Arabic, Bloch and Urdu-Speaking Muhajir chauvinism, fascism, racism and terrorism in their own homeland and due to dominating the 42% Sammat population of Sindh by the 16% Baloch origin and 2% Arabic origin people in rural areas of Sindh and by the 19% Urdu-Speaking Muhajirs in urban areas of Sindh, the 10% Punjabis, 7% Pashtuns and 4% others, those make up 21% of the total population of Sindh are also victim of social, economic and political domination of 16% Baloch origin and 2% Arabic origin people in rural areas of Sindh and 19% Urdu-Speaking Muhajirs in urban areas of Sindh.