Saraikistan Archive

سچ کہتا ہوں – اپنے شہر کا سب سے بڑا فسادی ہوں – عامر حسینی:
کیا سرائیکی خطے کی تحریک دم توڑ گیی ؟ – عامر حسینی:
Campaign against coal power plants in Saraki belt – Aamir Hussaini: An elaborate meeting with Vice Chancellor, BZU, Dr Khawaja Alqama, a scholar in his own right. He was briefed on the Coal Power threat and the lurking environmental disaster in Muzaffargarh. And the need of the academia to come
We condemn massacre of eight Saraiki labourers by BLA terrorists in Balochistan: We condemn massacre of eight innocent, poor Saraiki labourers the BLA terrorists in Balochistan. The so called Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) terrorists are no better than Deobandi ASWJ-LeJ terrorists when it comes to massacre of innocent people. We
نوازحکومت کاسرائیکی خطے کی محرومیوں میں اضافے کا فیصلہ: خطے میں سرائیکیستان صوبے کے قیام اور یہاں کے لوگوں کے حقوق کی جدوجہد کرنے کے لیے بہت سی سیاسیپارٹیاں موجود ہیں-کچھ بہت پرانی اور کچھ کم پرانی ہیں-ان پارٹیوں کے کام اور ان کی استعداد بارے کئی طرح
سرائیکی تحریک کا ناٹک: پنجاب کے وزیر اعلی میاں محمد شہباز شریف نے “سرائیکی تحریک “کو ناٹک قرار دیا اور کہا کہ اس ناٹک کو عوام نے مسترد کرڈالا ہے-ان کے اس بیان پر سرائیکی تحریک سے وابستگان اور ہمدردوں کی جانب سے
سرائیکی بیلٹ کے ووٹ کا اصل حقدار کون: سرائیکی بیلٹ کے ووٹ کا اصل حقدار کون تحریر: ڈاکٹرعبدالروف سرائیکی بیلٹ جس کو بہت سے لوگ “حب الوطنی” کے ہاتھوں مجبور ہو کر “جنوبی پنجاب” کا نام دیتے ہیں، پاکستان کے پسماندہ ترین علاقوں میں شمار ہوتا ہے۔
Takht Lahore and Saraiki Waseb – by Zulfiqar Ali: The Commission about formation of new provinces within Punjab reinvigorated the debate. Just few months ago PML (N) initiated and Punjab assembly unanimously passed the resolution asking for creation of south Punjab and rehabilitation of Bahawalpur as province. PML
Pakistan’s Provinces Pandora’s Box – By Niaz Murtaza:   Does Pakistan need more provinces and if so should they be formed ethnically or administratively? These vexing questions are taxing the wits of perplexed Pakistani policy-makers today. A quick glance across Pakistan reveals several anomalies and misbalances. Punjab
Politics of recognition -by Mushtaq Gaadi: OF all the claims for the creation of new provinces, that of the Seraiki demand has the most potentially constructive consequences for state, democracy and federalism in Pakistan. If and when a Seraiki province is carved out of Punjab
Punjab ka Muqadma (Part IV) – by Ammar Kazmi:
Punjab ka Muqadma (Part III) – by Ammar Kazmi:
Punjab ka Muqadma (Part II) – by Ammar Kazmi:
Punjab ka Muqadma (Part I) – by Ammar Kazmi:
Let’s mourn five Saraiki labourers killed by Baloch militants: Related posts: In defence of Punjabis: Stop target killing of Punjabi settlers in Balochistan   LUBP archive on Punjabi settlers in Balochistan I was motivated to write this post after reading the following tweet by a fellow Tweeple, a
Nationalism and chauvinism – by Aamir Hussaini:
Taliban/Sipah-e-Sahaba’s terrorists massacre 50 Barelvi and Shia Muslims at Sakhi Sarwar shrine in D.G.Khan, scores injured: Related articles: Taliban and Sipah-e-Sahaba’s attack on Eid Milad-un-Nabi rallies Sipah-e-Sahaba’s attack on Lahore’s Data Darbar, at least 37 killed, 175 injured Sectarian attack in D.G. Khan: 36 Shia killed, over 30 injured in DG Khan blast It is
The Saraiki subjects of the Takht-e-Lahore: Is flood affected Rajanpur a part of Pakistan?: Source: Saraiki Waseb Development Organization (SWADO) SWADO editor’s note: Here is a compilation of newspaper reports from the last two days (27-28 July 2010) which points towards the intensity of suffering facing the flood affected people of the Saraiki
Make new provinces only on administrative grounds?: By Abdul Nishapuri Source: Saraiki Waseb Development Organization (SWADO) In today’s The News, I read an interesting article on the possibility of new provinces by Saleem Safi. It seems that after months and years of effectively campaigning for the
President Zardari addresses the people of Bahawalpur in Saraiki: Source: Waseb Development Organization One may agree or disagree with the political ideology or personal character of President Asif Ali Zardari, who also happens to be a co-chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party. However, one may not disagree with
Forecast of an imminent unrest – by Nadeem Khan: There is a real civil unrest on the horizon. We can verify the timings, immediately after the passing of 18th amendment. When the celebrations were about to take the second turn, instead we saw rallies and protests on power
The case for Pakhtunkhwa – by Rahimullah Yusufzai: The debate on renaming the North-West Frontier Province (NWFP) is serious business because it concerns the identity of its people and their place in the federation of Pakistan. However, the direction it has taken is sometimes comical, and at
70% of religious seminaries (madrassahs) in Pakistan belong to the Deobandi school of thought: Report: According to a report appeared in today’s Daily Express more than 1.9 million students are enrolled in 17000 religious seminaries (madrassahs) of which around 70% i.e. 12000 belong to Deoband school of thought, around 20% i.e. 3500 belong to