Taj Abro remembered
HYDERABAD: Writers, intellectuals, politicians and civil society leaders have paid tribute to late comrade Taj Mohammad Abro for his services in the field of literature, social service, dispensation of justice and welfare of the downtrodden.
Speaking at a gathering organised by the Sindh Friends Organisation at Sindh Museum here on Thursday to mark Comrade Abro`s 25th death anniversary, they said that he was not only a great writer but was an equally great intellectual, educationist and judge.
Veteran scholar and intellectual Mohammad Ibrahim Joyo said that Comrade Abro was an exceptionally decent man and a big-hearted person who played a significant role in creating awareness among people in remote areas of Sindh for seeking education.
He urged the youth to emulate Comrade Abro, not only to build their future but also the future of the nation. The new generation should learn from the old and help each other and give top priority to seeking education, he said.
Awami Tehrik leader Rasool Bux Palijo said that those who work for the cause of humanity are always remembered by history and the services of Comrade Abro in the field of education, literature, social work and law can never be forgotten. Comrade Abro was a very upright man who never compromised on principles.
Veteran leftist leader Comrade Jam Saqi said that those who had rendered services for the welfare of the downtrodden like Comrade Abro must never be forgotten. Abro was a man of multidimensional personality and a great writer, he said.