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Staff Reporter

Badin

Nearly seventeen activists of a separatist group quit their party in Badin district with intention to join mainstream politics of Pakistan.The Workers belonging to Jeay Sindh Mutahda Muhaz (JSMM) and Sindh liberation Army (SLA) including Mohammad Soomar Mallah, the district president of the proscribed party and other workers of various factions of Jeay Sindh including Ali Ahmed Mallah, Juman Sindhi, Rajab Khaskheli, Rasheed Solangi, Shabir Nohani and others announced to quit the nationalistic politics and announced to join mainstream politics.
Nearly 17 workers of the banned organizations addressing the press conference in Badin Press Club on Thursday said that they totally misguided by their top leaders including Shafi Mohammad Burfart, who is in exile these days and indulged in anti-state activities “We are repenting now for blunder to take part in the separatist politics, which has no future.