The book on Sindhi national struggle has been published
In the post-colonial era, because of the mess created in the process of giving independence to subjugated nations, several regions of Asia and Africa became zones of never-ending conflicts and turmoil. Sindhis are a people without a state. In spite of having their territory included in the religious state of Pakistan, by and large, they do not identify with it.
A comprehensive study on Sindhi national struggle has been published. The book “Tears of Sindhu: Sindhi national struggle in historical context” is authored by the Baloch scholar and writer Dr Naseer Dashti. It is the historical account of Sindhi struggle for the achievement of a dignified and honourable existence.
The research work traces the Sindhi national aspiration from the days of the Empire of Sindh during 6th and 7th century up to the merger of Sindh into Pakistan in the wake of the British withdrawal from India in 1947. The author thoroughly deals with the dynamics of Sindhi national resistance after the creation of Pakistan and analyses the weaknesses and the strength of Sindhi national struggle in a logic manner. The book is must read for those who are interested in the socio-political developments of South Asia in general and of Sindh in particular.