Sindh is a Country Five thousands years old. Sindhi's are one Nation. Freedom is right for every nation and to get freedom is possible. JSQM, the movement, which demands the creation of an independent Sindhu Desh.Complete independence from Pakistan.JSQM believes in national harmony and national struggle for the independence of Motherland Sindh (Political, cultural, economical And geographical) independence.JSQM believes that lower And middle class is actual and active strength.JSQM considers patriotic rising socialist and anti-feudals as its partner.

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Great Sain G.M Syed

The full name of Mr.G.M Syed is Ghulam Murtaza Syed. He is the son of late Syed Mohammad Shah Kazmi and the descendant of a famous saint of Sindh.Syed Haider Shah Kazmi, of whose mausoleum he is the Sajjada-nashin. He was bornat village of Sann in Dadu district of Sindh, on january 17,1904.Sain GM Syed died in 25th April 1995

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Bashir Khan Qureshi

Mr Bashir Khan Qureshi S/O Ghulam Murtaza Qureshi born on August 10, 1959 at Motan Pur Mohalla in Rato Deto, District Larkano in Sindh. He completed his primary education up to 5th level at Rato Dero and passed his Matriculation examination from Government High School, Rato Dero in the year 1974. He passed his Intermediate (Science) examination from Shikarpur and got admission in Agricultural University, Tando Jam in the year 1976. However, in the year 1981, he was rusticated from the University for one year. He took part into students' politics. He joined in Jeay Sindh Students Federation in the year 1976.

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Martyrdoms Of Great Sindhudesh

They loss their life for the freedom of our motherland SindhuDesh. They bear torcher cells of agencies of Pakistan. They will always remember in our memories and we will make continue their mission of freedom of SindhuDesh.

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JSQM Media Cell

Media is the source to provide right information about the present and what is happening in all around us and they inspire people to rise for their rites like we are doing if u have any complains us or want to regards us so contact our media cell.JSQM has taken very good step for the betterment of our SindhuDesh and wish to be secceed in our mission. Thank you.

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  Introduction to Sindh
Sindh is a province of Pakistan and a historic region of the Pak-Hind subcontinent. It is essentially the Delta Country and has derived its name from its life stream, the river Indus, known to the people by the name of "Sindhu" from time immemorial.

Sindh is bounded on the west by the province of Balochistan, on the north b the province of Punjab, on the east and southeast by India, and on the south and southwest by the Arabian Sea. Its chief cities are: Karachi, the capital, and the largest city of Pakistan, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Mirpurkhas, Larkana, and Nawabshah. Sindh province has an area of 58,471 square miles (151,440 sq. km) and its population in 1992 was estimated to be 29.991

The Land and Economy:
In general Sindh corresponds to the lower Indus River valley, stretching from north to south in the form of the letter 'S', physiographical, Sindh can be divided into the western highlands of the Khirthar Range and the Kohistan area, rising to more than 6000 feet (1,830 meters); the central valley, with eastern and western valley regions; and western valley regions; and the delta region; and the Thar desert in the east. The climate is of the subtropical desert type, with scanty rainfall averaging 5 inches (125 mm) yearly.

As in the rest of Pakistan, the economy is predominantly agricultural and depends almost entirely on irrigation. The principal source of water is the Indus River, on the which there are three irrigation dams ('Barrages') in Sindh: the Guddu, on the Punjab border; the Lloyed (Sukkur), and the Kotri, farthest south. The Sukkur Barrage controls a canal system whose total length including subsidiary water courses, extends 50,000 miles (80,000 km), or twice the length of the earth's circumference. Sindh's principal crops are wheat, rice, cotton, oilseeds, sugarcane, vegetables and fruits. Sheep, cattle, camels, and poultry are raised, and there is fishing industry. Manufacturing industries are concentrated in Karachi, Hyderabad, nooriabad and Kotri. They produce textiles, cement, cardboard, chemicals, electric power and supplies, rail-road equipment, machinery and other metal products Karachi, Pakistan's chief port, has an oil refinery and also is the center of printing and publishing.

The artistic and cultural heritage of Sindh is reflected in its superb, examples lacquer ware, mirror embroidery, textile and exquisitely painted tile work.

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