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Nationalists Shutter-Down Strike in Progress Across Sindh

Shutter Down Strike in  Sindh

Pakistan News / Karachi News > Against the Sindh Local Government System a shutter-down and wheel-jam strike is in progress across the province on Friday, E Pakistan News Reported. 

Complete strike is being observed in Hyderabad with all commercial centers closed today. Traffic is thin on roads.  The school-going students and office-bound commuters had to face troubles owing to the strike by Sindh Bus Owners Association.

Meantime, firing incidents were also reported from different areas of the city including Bhitai Nagar, Site Area, Naseem Nagar, Naya Pul, Qasimabad and Kotri, forcing the closure of shops and restaurants which were opened in the morning.

Complete strike is also being observed in district Benazirabad’s cities including Nawabshah, Daulatpur, Qazi Ahmed, Daur, Sakrand and Shahpur Jahania. Police arrested six activists of the nationalist parties.

The nationalist parties are observing shutter-down strike in various cities including Shikarpur, Naushehro Feroz, Kandyaro, Moro, Bhirya, Mehrabpur, Ghotki, Dadu, Juhi, Mehar Kharpur and Natanshah and district Kashmore.

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