Jeay Sindh Qaumi Muhaz-Aresar (JSQM-A), accompanied by leaders of some other nationalist parties, on Sunday took out a rally and staged a sit-in outside Karachi Press Club (KPC) against the settlement of aliens, forced conversion of Hindu girls, disappearance of political activists, religious extremism, water shortage and exploitation of natural resources in Sindh.A large number of political activists belonging to JSMQ-A, JSQM-Bashir group, Jeay Sindh Tahreek (JST) and other social parties participated in the rally and staged the sit-in. The rally was led by JSQM-A chairman Aslam Khairpuri, Ameer Hassan Panhwar, Dr Niaz Kalani of JSQM-B, Sorath Lohar and Arbab Bheel. Addressing the protesters, JSQM-A chairman Aslam Khairpuri said that certain quarters wanted to suppress the voice of deprived people of Sindh. He said: ”If anyone raises voices against the injustices and exploitation of natural resources of Sind, it goes disappeared. They are not against the development and progress in Sindh, but they reject such projects which would be against the national existence of Sindh.””We are struggling on the path of non-violence given by GM Sayed, but we will not tolerate any bid against Sindh,” he said. Niaz Kalani said: ”Bahria town is occupying the lands of local people of Sindh; we will not allow such projects which destroy the geographical situation of Sindh.”He discussed various issues, especially the enforced disappearances of Sindhi activists and challenges to the native population from the influx of what he called “outsiders” into the province. ”Missing persons of Sindh should be produced before courts, if they committed any crime,” Kalani demanded. He condemned the recent statement of Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) leader and Federal Minister Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqi pertaining to the separation of Sindh, and said that they would not let anyone to talk about the separation of Sindh.He said MQM-P wanted to recall the previous incidents but they were aware of it every time and will not allow ethnic riots on the soil of Sindh. ”The People of Sindh will offer resistance if such separation of Sindh is discussed,” Kalani warned. Ameer Hassan said mega projects in Sindh were only for foreigners because people of Sindh had no approach to buy houses in such expensive projects. ”The Bahria Town is demolishing the houses of local residents of Malir districts and it has occupied hundreds of acres of local land,” he said.