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IJT rally protests against blasphemous sketches

LARKANA (APP) – A rally to protest the publication of blasphemous sketches in the press of Denmark was held here Sunday under aegis of Islami ]amiat- e- Talaba (IJT) Larkana Division.

Provincial Nazim of I]T, Ali Buriro, Kashif Shaikh and Ashique Dhamrahu advocate, led the rally from Zulfikar Bagh, through the main roads of the town to ]innah Bagh Chowk.

Participants of the rally carried placards calling upon the government to cut off diplomatic ties with Denmark.

Speakers observed that no Muslim could tolerate blasphemy and called for breaking diplomatic relations with Denmark and sending the envoy back home. They also called for boycotting all Danish products.

PPP DISCUSSES PREPARATION FOR ZA BHUTTO DEATH ANNIVERSARY

A meeting of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) District Larkana was held under the chairmanship of District President and MP A-elect, Muhammad Ayaz Soomro, here in connection with preparation for the death anniversary of founder- chairman of PPP late
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.

The meeting exhaustively discussed arrangements to observe the 29th death anniversary of late Z.A. Bhutto. It was decided to observe the same in a befitting manner in Garhi Khuda Bux Bhutto.

It was also decided that workers and.1eaders of PPP from various parts of the country would be participating in the death anniversary programme.

It was decided that.600 activists of Youth Wing and SPSF Wing will perform security duties, whereas special passes and security cards assigned by General Secretary PPP District Larkana, will be provided to them.

The meeting was attended among others by Khair Muhammad Shaikh, Muhammad Anwar Bhutto, Mazhar Ali ]unejo, Azizullah Abro, Syed Talib Shah, Asghar Ali Shaikh, Ms Tauqir Fatime Bhutto, Nazir Ahmed Shaikh, presidents and general secretaries of city and taluka bodies of PPP Larkana, besides the office bearers of sister organisations of PPP.
Source: The Nation
Date:3/17/2008