A profound example of persecution and violations of the human rights of the innocent people of the oppressed nations from the past is the so-called operation of Pakistani forces against the Bandit insurgency in the last decade of 20th century, when hundreds of innocent Sindhi villagers suffered the brutalities of Army and entire Riverine Forests of Sindh were cleansed. After the independence of Bangladesh from the Punjabi yoke when Zia’s Regime was at its peak, the martial order was passed to Ban Students Union in Sindh (1979) and then across the country a few years later (1983).
In Sindh, JSSF was banned totally, Later in 1986, a long-bus carrying top-leadership & many activists heading to attend the conference in Medical college at Larkana was hurdled by Pakistan’s Army At Jamshoro & Opened bullet fires. In result, Four of the leaders died on the spot, scores were severely wounded & hundreds were arrested by Pakistan’s Army. They were detained for a long time or imprisoned without any charges against them. These type of the atrocities continue till today.
Being Sindh’s affected Students’ organization, JSSF, We appeal & urge Worldwide Human Rights Organizations, International community, United Nations, Civilized countries like EU, USA, UK, India, Israel & others, and Students, Journalists, intellectuals of Asian countries to take serious notice of these ongoing atrocities by Pakistan’s vicious State against Secular, Progressive, Nationalist student politics of Sindh and help us for the safe recovery of Missing student activists of Sindh.