Holding an international conference on Sindh, the World Sindhi Congress urges Pakistan to be charged with ecocide.

The World Sindhi Congress said Sindhis must wage a joint, systematic and united struggle for the right to self-determination for their homeland . The World Sindhi Congress also requested that a case of ecocide be filed against the Pakistan government in local and international courts, including the United Nations .

London, United Kingdom, November 24 : On November 19, the 34th International Conference on Sindh was held in London by the World Sindhi Congress.Dr Rubina Sheikh, the president of the World Sindhi Congress, said that Sindh is experiencing the worst time in history.The World Sindhi Congress said in a statement on Facebook on November 23 that Sindhis must wage a joint, systematic and united struggle for the right to self-determination for their homeland.The World Sindhi Congress also requested that a case of ecocide be filed against the Pakistan government in local and international courts, including the United Nations.

The World Sindhi Congress acknowledged in the resolutions that the population of 23 districts of Sindh continues to have a difficult life and blaming the federal and provincial governments for it.Animals, crops, and houses have been affected, according to the resolutions.The resolutions emphasised that the flood victims were living a helpless existence, and that the incumbent government has been unable to drain water from the affected districts, according to the World Sindhi Congress.In a statement, a large number of Sindhi families from the United States, Canada, Europe, India, and the United Kingdom attended the International Conference on Sindh.

Sindh belongs to the Sindhis, according to Khantak, and only the Sindhis have the right to protect themselves from man-made catastrophes.Water Expert Dr Hassan Abbas said on Facebook that the Pakistani government and its departments had been advised to take steps to protect people from destruction and blamed the Pakistani government for deliberate breaches and cuts to canals, especially to Manchar lake, which resulted in the destruction of lives and property.

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