Birmingham: The 30th Annual conference on Sindh, Topic: State Terrorism in Sindh- Enforced Disappearances, Causes and Consequences, was held at the University of Westminster Harrow campus.
The program highlighted the issues of Struggle for Human rights and Equality, Transnational Mega Projects and Environmental Justice, Sindhi National Self-determination and other issues.
Organised by World Sindhi Congress. It was hosted by Rubina Greenwood, Dr Hidayat Bhutto, Dr Lakhu Lohana and others. The keynote speakers were Sardar Shaukat Ali Kashmiri Exiled Chairman United Kashmir Peoples National Party (UKPNP), Reham Khan Journalist UK, Raghvir Singh Sodho Human Rights Activists, India, Dr Salahuddin Sayadi, Afghan Unity Movement UK, Hammal Baloch Human Rights Activist, Baluchistan, Shahriyar Kabir, Political Analyst, Bangladesh, Atif Touqeer, writer, Germany, Dr Safdar Sarki, Jeay Sindh Tehreek, USA, Abdul Sattar Soomro, Sindhi Sangat UK, Krishan Sharma, Minority Rights Activist, Sindh, Dr Sarwar Shah, Human Rights Activist UK, Mujib Shah Activist Sindh, Paymana Assad Councillor South Harrow,UK, Tom Deegan Democracy Forum UK, Rohi Kalhoro Canada, Yoana Barakova Research Analyst Netherlands, Ralph Bunch, Secretary General UNPO Brussels, Prof Danish Mustafa, Kingston University UK, Dr Hassan Abbas Water Expert, Sindh and others . They expressed their views and stated that we condemn the enforced disappearances in the Sindh region.
They said Dams are not beneficial for the Sindhi nation. They also expressed their gratitude to unite against the enforced disappearances Human Rights violations, Abuse of justice, freedom of speech, freedom of expression, extremism, terrorism all the negative things that divide us. Also present were Gull Sanai, Abdul Rauf Laghari, Saghir Sheikh, Duaa Rehman and others. Report by S M Irfan Tahir Photojournalist / Member National Union of Journalists (NUJ) Great Britain.