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1st  November

Part 1

1843: It is last date today for Chiefs & Jageerdars to make Salam to Charles Napier. Otherwise will not be awarded Jageer and will not remain in good books with the Govt.
1848: Govt. of Bombay asks Sindh Commissioner to communicate Seth Naumal that Govt. do not consider that he was entitled to a pension.
1851: Sind Commissioner sends proposal to the Bombay Govt. and request for approval that a Tramway be laid down from stone quarries to Kiamari.
1909: The Karachi Theosophical Society is registered under Act XX1 of 1860. Diwan Doulatram Jethmal is elected as its founder President with D.P.Kotwal as Secretary.

Part 2

1922: ' Ali Brothers Day' is observed in Sindh on the call of the Sindh Khilafat Committee. Unconditional release of all political prisoners is demanded.
1947: Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto resigns as the Diwan of Junagarah state.
1954: Military aid from U.S.A have no any reprcation at all, assures Gen. Ayub, Defence Minister .
1967: A tribunal is setup to investigate into corruption matters related to Govt. officers.
1971: Bangladesh is emerging. No one can block its way, says Indra Gandhi, Prime Minister of India.
1975: Hanif Ramay and Ghulam Mustafa Khar quit PPP and join PML

 

2nd  November

1936: Sir Gulam Hussain Hidayatullah and K.B.Khuhro, in their joint statement justify their differences with Sir Haji Abdullah Haroon and Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto and clarify the formation of the Sindh Muslim Political Party by them.
1947: Thirty - two thousand Indian Muslim migrants arrive.
1948: Pir Illahi Bux Colony is inaugurated by Governor - General Khowaja Nazimuddin. Mostly migrants will be provided shelter there. Pir was a politician who negotiated Terms & Conditions of handing over Karachi to the Centre.
1977: Election can be held next year, Bhutto has to face more corruption cases, says CMLA, Zia.

 

3rd  November

Part 1

1847: The Collector of Shikarpur sends to the Commissioner report on operation against Bugties and gives details of capturing Dotal Moondrani.
1858 : Price, Civil Engineer on Special duty prepares plan for construction of bridge between Sukkur and Rohri. It will cost Govt. rupees seven lakhs and odd.
1917: Most of us are unaware about warm political activities of our forefathers relating to the British Sindh. In those day annual political conferences, known as Sindh Provincial Conference were held in variour districts. Today, Special Sindh Conference is held at Hyderabad. Its proceedings and other details -are uploaded on website of the Gul Hayat only.

Part 2

1919: Under the auspices of the Sukkur District Congress a public meeting is held and Dr. Choithram Gidwani gives lecture on the present conditions of Bharat Varsh (Hindustan) and disribes the terrible condition of Indians in Punjab, South Africa and Fiji.
1928: It is first time in the history of Sindh education during British period that teachers and taughts boycott their class in the length and breath of Sindh to show their resentment on Simon Commission.
1975: Mir Rasool Bux Talpur forms Quomi Jamhori Tahrik.
1977: Muhammad Hashim Memon takes over as the editor of the daily Hilal -i- Pakistan. Where as Siraj -ul- Haq Memon is removed by the Martial Law Government.

 

4th  November

 

5th  November

Part 1

1947: East and West wings of Pakistan are connected by Wireless system.
1948: Mian Iftkhar Mamdote (Chief Minister West Punjab), Mian Mumtaz Doultana and Malik Feroz Khan Noon, all from Punjab, meet Governor - General of Pakistan and discussed Agricutural Reforms proposal so as interests of their Class be protected.
1965: Security Council of the U.N.O adopts a resolution proposing some other methods to resolve Indio - Pak crisis relating to Kashmir and Watere Sources.

Part 2

1920: Sindh observes 'Councils Boycott Day' on the call of the Sindh Khilafat Committee. Public meetings are held by party's branches and people are advised not to cast vote in election.
1939: Capitalist (Haji Abdullah Haroon) and Feudal (Khuhro) are trying to avoid leadership of the Masjid Manzalgah Movement on its turning point and later on (Middle Class) Sheikh Wajid is put to head the agitation as Dictator. Today, Al - Wahid asks Capitalist and Feudal Class (representatives) to take leadership in their hands.
1940: Sindh Congress organises 'Hindu - Muslim Unity Conference at Nawabshah. It is presided over by Moulana Abdul Karim Chishti of Shikarpur. He, Moulana Muhammad Sidiq of Khada and Hakim Fatih Muhammad Sehwani, all of Jamiat -ul- Ulema Sindh were religious leaders those opposed agitational strategy to resolve Masjid Manzalgah issue.

 

6th  November

Part 1

1838: East India Co. Govt military officers have started wandering Sindh for their national interests. John Ramsay, Assistant Quarter Master - General and Lieutenant Trerhire, Assistant Commading General proceed to Ghorabari.
1841: Lieutenant Terry completes the survey of Shikarpur.
1854: Sindh Commissioner orders that Dharamshalas/Musafirkhanas be provided alongwith the direct route from Kotri to Fatehpur and onwards to Larkana.
1858: The Govt. of Bombay sends its Circular No.3140 to Sindh Commissioner and ask him to follow it and ensure the freedom of religion in Sindh. The British Gout. of India was interested in the freedom of Islam or Hinduism, but in fact it was procting preaching of their own religion.

Part 2

1920: A big public meeting is held at Nawabshah by the District Khilafat Committee. Speakers ask people to part in politics as it is our national and religious duty to protect the interests of people and motherland.
1939: In the course of its editorial, the Daily Al - Waheed condemn the Sindh Govt. 's policy and the role of some Hindu Newspapers regarding the Masjid Manzalgah issue and demand immediate and unconditional release of Seth Muhammad Ismail, Atta Muhammad and Hafiz Abdul Hamid recently arrested in connection with Masjid Restoration movement.
1947: Eighty thousand refugees reach pakistan by foot, 3500 by train and 7000 by Motor transport.
1948: In its meeting held at Hyderabad, with Comrade Hyder Bux Jatoi in chair, the Hari Party approves its constitution.

 

7th  November

 

 

8th  November

Part 1

1841: The Govt. of India asks Major Outram that keeping in view the ground realities in Sindh offer his openion on the treaty entered between Mir Naseer Khan and Mir Shahnawaz Khan.
1947: The rulers of Chitral and Dir sign the instrument of Accession with Pakistan.
1948: The high - power Rehabilitation Committee meeting under the chairmanship of Lt. General Muhammad Azam decides to get 40 thousand quarters constructed in Karachi within six months.
1954: To set stage for create favourable conditions for One Unit, Sindh Governor Iftkhar Mamdote disolves Abdul Sattar Pirzado's cabinet and asks Khuhro to form Govt.

Part 2

1956: West Pakistan Special Services Ordinance is promulgated so as to empower the Govt. to avail/borrow services of any Federal Govt. servant, if desires so.
1960: Freedom Fighter and close to Quaid -i- Azam, Kazi Essa has to face investigation in corruption case.
1968: It is begining of the agitation against Ayub regime. Army is deployed in Rawalpindi to cotrol law and order situation. All educational institutions.
1971: Not me, but Military Court to decide about Mujeeb, China will surerly interven if India attacks Pakistan, says Gen.Yahya
1973: Pakistan quit CENTO.
1974: My Govt. will not accept to make Karachi and Bahawalpur separate provences, say Z.A.Bhutto.

 

9th  November

Part 1

1856: Sindh Commissioner disagrees with the Govt. of Bombay on the idea of colonization of Military settlers and pensioners of European birth in Sindh.
1857: The portion of the Jageer of Mir Khan Sanjir held by Ali Khan Jamali is resumed by the Govt. on account of his attempt to defraud Govt.
1953: Pakistan mourns death of Shah Saud of Saudi Arabia.
1954: Muhammad Ayub Khuhro is sworn in as the Chief Minister of Sindh.
1956: The students in many cities take out processions to demand repeal of the University Bill.
1964: Karachi Circular Railway service is started. Railyway Minister of the West Pakistan inaugurates.

Part 2

1968: The personal interest of President Johnson of U.S.A has ensured progress and development of country, President Ayub praises him.
1971: Special Military Court, in Dhaka, sentences in absentia 13 CSP, 42 EPCS Officers and 4 professors to 14 years rigorious imprisonment. 
1972: Pakistan pulls out of SENTO, recognises North Koera and greets Nixon on his re - election as the president of U.S.A.
1974: Sindhu Desh, Pakhtoonistan and independent Baluchistan are figment of imagination. No one can dare to disintigrate Pakistan, says Z.A.Bhutto

 

10th  November

Part 1

1835: Colonel Pottenger informs his Govt. that Dost Muhammad of Kabul has proposed to Sindh Rulers to join with him in the great struggle against Sikhs and Sindh rulers are in a state of consideration and are making active arrangements to oppose Sikhs.
1848: Malik Boola Khan is granted 220 begas as compensation .
1856: Lieutenant Colonel Jacob, Acting Commissioner requests the Bombay Govt. the project about the bridge between Sukkur and Rohri be abandoned and instead the project for construction of a trunk road between Shikarpur and Karachi on right bank of Indus be pushed through.
1922: Ghathar Khilafat Committee holds public meeting at Ber. It is addressed by Moulana Fazul Haq.

Part 2

1947: Pakistan lodges a strong protest against the coup d'eat sponsered by Indian Govt. in Junagarah.
1954: Portfolios of new Sindh Cabinet are notified. Ali Muhammad Shah is given Health and Finance, Moula Bux Soomro will be minister for Local Self Govt. Excise and Taxation.
1960: The President of Pakistam to get monthly salary of Rs.65,000 per month. Ordinance is promulgated.
1962: Punjab University Sydicate decides to include Sindhi, Pashto andPunjabi as subject at Degree level.
1977: The Supreme Court validates the imposition of Martial law. Judgment is issued on Nusrat Bhutto case.

 

11th  November

Part 1

1920: Public meetings are held by the local branches of the Sindh Khilafat Committee at village Mubarakpur and Mirpur Mathelo presided over by Ghulam Qadir Bhutto and Pir Illahi Bux respectively.
1923: A public meeting held at Karachi with Abdul Rahman in chair rejects ' Bombay Rules of Education - 1923' and terms it as against formal education, its system and future.
1929: First rank Muslim polititian meet at Karachi and form committee to create awareness about the importance of trade and commere in masses. It is attended by Seth Haji Abdullah Haroon, Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto, G.M.Syed, Muhammad Ayub Khuhro, Hatim Alvi and Qazi Abdul Rahman.

Part 2

1948: Discussions are being made at high level, how to remove Sindh Govt. ? Migration on large scale and handing over of the Karachi are becoming disputes between Sindh and Pakistan governments.
1949: First ever Progressive Writer's Conference is held in Lahore. Sindh takes active part.
1950: Khairpur State sends aid of Rs.25,000 to flood - affectees of Punjab.
1954: The meeting of the Working Committee of the Sindh Hari Committee condemns the conspiracy of imposing One - Unit and terms it to as an effort to put sources and resources of other three provinces on the disposal of Punjab.
1965: Forign press doubts involment and interest of C.I.A in Indo - Pak military clash.

 

12th  November

Part 1

1838: Colonel Pottenger informs his Govt. the deputation sent to Mir Noor Muhammad Khan has returned with positive results and this big break through will be in the greater interest of Govt.
1853: Sindh Commissioner directs the Collector of Shikarpur that the list of alineations (Jageer record) be updated with names of persons whom Jageers have been granted.
1919: It is the first day of Victory celebrations. Govt. and its most loyal people held public functions and greeted British Govt. on its military victory over Turky.
1928: Simon Commission is in Karachi and Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto and Miram Muhammad Shah are also its members. Muhammad Ayub Khuhro on behalf of the Sindh Muhammadan Association and Prof. Chhablani on behalf of Hindu Maha Sabha present Memorandum on the dispute of separation of Sindh from Bombay Presidency.

Part 2

BIRTHS: 1. Radha kirshan Kotwani (Bagrji/Last editor of 'Jote'/1917), 2. Saleem Halai (Poet/1918 ), 3. Talib Laghari (Haji Khan/Poet/1928 ), 4. Qamar Zaman Shah (Tikhr/Politician/1933), 5. Sikandar Bakhtyar Khoso (Osto Muhammad/Writer/1946), 6. Ali Gohar Khaskheli (Dokri/Folklore poet/1951), 7. Ali Ahmad 'Ajiz' Hakro (Khai/Poet/1962), 8. Badar Soomro (Lalurank/Artist/1970).
DEATHS: 1. Makhdoom Amin Muhammad Awal (Hala/Saint & Poet/1640), 2. Niaz Ali 'Niaz' (Larkano/Poet/1959), 3. Syed Muhammad Ali Shah Jamote (Matiari/Politician/1961)

 

13th  November

Part 1

1920: Pir Ghulam Mujadid Sarhandi presides over a big public meeting held by the Khilafat Committee of the district Thatta. Qaziun jo tala was selected for the function. Speakers made speeches and condemned policy of the Govt. on Khilafat and Turkey issue.
1924: A public meeting is held at village Khabar Khan Jatoi of Taluka Shahdadkot. It is chaired by Pir Ghulam Ali Shah. People are advised to take interest in trade and commerce and avoid government employment as it is some sort of slavary.

1844: Relatives of Seth Naumal are vicimised by Sir Charles Napier and his administration. Diwan Chandiram Mukhtyarkar Talti is fined Rs.5000 and two years impirsonment, Pohomal Mukhtyarkar Laki is awarded fine of Rs.1000 and two years imprisonment, Jethmal Mukhtyarkar of Manjhand is awarded Rs.2000 fine and two years imprisonment and Hasoomal Mukhtyarkar of Petaro is awarded fine of Rs. 1000 and two years imprisonment. 
1857: Kelat and other friendly states of British India sends congratulation letters to Sindh Commissioner on the victory of British India in Mutiny and fall of Delhi. This event is known as War of Independence and fall of Delhi occured on 20.10.1857.

Part 2

1844: Relatives of Seth Naumal are vicimised by Sir Charles Napier and his administration. Diwan Chandiram Mukhtyarkar Talti is fined Rs.5000 and two years impirsonment, Pohomal Mukhtyarkar Laki is awarded fine of Rs.1000 and two years imprisonment, Jethmal Mukhtyarkar of Manjhand is awarded Rs.2000 fine and two years imprisonment and Hasoomal Mukhtyarkar of Petaro is awarded fine of Rs. 1000 and two years imprisonment. 
1857: Kelat and other friendly states of British India sends congratulation letters to Sindh Commissioner on the victory of British India in Mutiny and fall of Delhi. This event is known as War of Independence and fall of Delhi occured on 20.10.1857

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14th  November

Part 1

1843: The Collector of Karachi, forwards to Commissioner a petition from Syeds of Thatta , praying that Rs.1400 per annum be continued as it was granted by Sindh Rulers for the support of their religious activities. The Collector disfavours this petition.
1847: The Collector of Shikarpur prepares Memorandum on the history of Shikarpur. It is a wonderful and important document ever compiled by English to trace the history of Shikarpur.
1857: It is notified for all the officers and concerned quarters that spelling of the word 'Sind' be adopted in future. Prior to this it was being written in different spellings.

Part 2

1916: Arya Samaj, one of the oldest NGOs of Karachi, elects its office - bearers. Dayaram Hemraj, Rewachand Bhugtani and Chandra Bhanu Shewak are elected President, Vice President and Secretary respectively.
1919: A pamphlet is distributed in Larkano bearing names of leading Khilafat leaders such as Jan Muhammad Junijo, Pir Turab Ali Shah, Moulvi Muhammad Aqil, Seth Khudadad Khan Surahio and others. It is Rejoinder to the pamphlet issued by Anjuman Islam and Municipalty of Larkano. In this pamphlet people are advised to attend public meeting on 17th instant and do not believe in misguiding pamphlet by Anjuman Islam.
1944: G.M.Syed and Syed Ghulam Hyder Shah are re - elected president and General Secretary of the Sindh Muslim Leagueg

 

15th  November

1838: Captain Burns, assigned duty to negotiate with Khairpur Ruler, is directed by his Government of India that the task of finalizing treaty with ruler be taken with seriousness, but with utmost care. It must be avoided to call up him to contribute any some for maintenance of subsidiary force and make him believe that Bukhar fort is required to be used by the Government of India as a depot for treasure only.
1932: Second Sindh Azad conference is held at Hyderabad. It is a big show of political strength of Sindh Muslim politicians to popularize the case of the separation of Sindh from Bombay Presidency and for this purpose a religious scholar from Punjab is brought to preside over the conference. On this occasion a political prty is also formed with Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto as its president.
1936: Jamshed Mehta presides over the Hari Conference at Tando Jam. The Sindh Congress is cooperating with Hari leaders and activists also. Jeramdas Doulatram, Prof. Ghanshyamdas, Naraindas Anand, Santdas Mangharam; Shaikh Abdul Majeed Sindhi; Comrade Abdul Qadir Khokhar; Dr. Chamandas; Jethmal Parsram; Gopaldas; Haji Jamal –u- ddin attend this conference . 
1947: An Inter – Dominon Minority Board is set up by India and Pakistan so as to protect the interests and rights of the minorities.
1951: Khowaja Nazimuddin replaces Nawabzado Liaquat Ali Khan as the president of Pakistan Muslim League.
1953: The constitution of Pakistan is medieval and totally opposed to democratic conceptions, says Indian Prime Minister Nehru.
1961: The U.N.O general Assembly adopts resolution moved by Pakistan asking the French Government to recognize the political status of Algerian prisoners in France.
1968: Lawyers and students take out separate processions in Karachi, Multan; Lahore and Rawalpindi. Most of them are arrested for violating Section 144.
1981: Atmosphere in the country is not congenial for holding elections. Restrictions on political activities will continue in order to restore the situation to normalcy, says Gen. Zia.

 

16th  November

1843: The Collector of Karachi is asked by the Bombay Government to report reasons which actuated him to withdraw the concession given by Talpur Government to Syeds of Thatta.
1845: Zangi Khan Talpur, the last surviving brother of Mir Sohrab Khan is dead. The Sindh Commissioner requests the Bombay Government that a portion of Rs.100 per month be granted to the mother and Rs 200 to Mir Allah Dita for himself and support of the family.
1920: Daily Al – Wahid in the course of article ask people to boycott Council Election and not to vote any candidates, because they will bow before anti – I – people government.
1923: It is the first day of the “Jazeerat –ul- Arab Week” in Sindh. The week is being observed to voice for the political freedom of Arabs and to condemn the British policy on the subject.
1936: In a meeting headed by Sir Ghulam Hussain, party matters are discussed and K.B. Khuhro and Yar Muhammad Junijo are appointed to organize “Sindh Muslim Political Party” in Larkano and Dadu districts. The meeting is held at Larkano.
1947: Liaquat Ali Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan says that his government will knock the doors of International Court to get matters between India and Pakistan resolved.
1956: The Executive Committee of the Muslim League asks Pakistan Government to quit Common Wealth.
1960: The Federal cabinet of Pakistan gives consent on the Water Agreement with India.
1962: President Ayub opens the new township north of Karachi which is to accommodate 30,000 families of Panahgeers.
1971: Indian troops moved into East Pakistan and begin to advance towards Dhaka.
1988: General elections are hold in Pakistan.
1989: Nawaz Sharif, the Chief Minister of Punjab opens Bank of Punjab.

 

17th  November

1838: Captain Burns meets Mir Rustom Khan and discussed with him the draft of treaty .
1904: Seth Harchandrai Vishindas is on two day tour of Larkana. He meets Lalchand Navalrai and other Hindu leaders and asks them to help him in opening the Sindh Hindu Sabha.
1919: The Hyderabad Home Rule League in its meeting adopts resolution requesting Government to remove restrictions on Messers Bipin Chandarpal and B.G.Tilak from visiting Punjab, and allow Lala Lajpatrai and Harriram to return to India. The meeting is held in Holmsted Hall with Hiranand Santokram in chair.
1939: Sindh Government takes action against Masjid Manzalgah agitators. G.M.Syed, Agha Nazar Ali and others are arrested and the control of the mosque is taken by force. It proved to be beginning of the terrible violence and ended with death of 151 Hindus and 14 Muslims.
1947: Eighty – thousand Indian Muslims reach Pakistan.
1950: Pir Illahi Bux demands civic facilities for Lalu Khet (now Liaquatabad) where Indian Muslims migrants are facing problems.
1958: Allama Mashrqi is set free by the court as accused in the murder of Dr.Khan sahib.
1971: Curfew is imposed and house to house search is made in Dhaka.
1972: Language bill is passed by the Sindh Assembly.
1979: The founder of the Jamait –i- Islami, Moulana Maududi breaths his last.
1984: India recalls its envoy from Islamabad over diplomatic row.
1988: PPP secures 92, IJI 54 and Independents 40 national assembly seats. Result is declared by the Election Commission of Pakistan.

 

18th  November

Part 1

 

1838: Colonel Pottenger suggests his Govt. that British troops shall land at Viccur and must take control of Karachi (as who so ever will control Karachi, will rule Sindh without any difficulty.).
1856: Major Goldsmid remained Assistant Commissioner for Jagers and was from Military side. He was not good books of John Jacob. When Jacob became Acting Commissioner, Major Goldsmid today tenders his resignation from civilian post. 
1917: Special meeting of the Sindh Muhammadan Association is held at larkana and it is decided that K.B. Allah Ando shah, K.B.Pir Bux Bhutto and eight landlords will present Memorandam to Montegu on constitutional reforms.
1920: Dokri Khilafat Committee helds public meeting on the eve Eid Milad -u- Nabi (P.B.U.H). Speakers pay homage to Moulana Chishti, Moulana Mouladad and Bhagwandas for their secrifices. They are prisoners at present.

Part 2

1947: A deputation will be sent to India so as meet Sindhi Hindus and insist them to return back to Sinh, says Khuhro, chief minister of Sindh.
1952: Jinnah Awami League advises Pakistan Govt, not follow provincial quota policy but make appointments on merit so as educated can get the government service.
1966: Aid by Big powers is always conditional and interest - oriented, say President Ayub.
1981: Sukkur Sessions court announces its judgment in murder case of six Hurs. Nine accused persons are sentenced to death.
1992: Benazir Bhutto is stoped to proceed from Islamabad to Liaquat Bagh Rawalpindi. However she manages and addresses publim meetin. She is arrested and deported to Karachi.

 

19th  November

Part 1

1838: The Governor - General of India is not happy with policy of Sindh rulers and term it as continued treachery. He has also observations about their releases of contribution for Shah Shuja -ul- Mulk.
1928: The Star players stage drama 'Sidhartha' in Karachi. Hamayun Mirza, Sheren Mirza and Principal Goklay play part of Sidhartha, Student and Shidondha respectively. The music is composed by A.G.Chagla.
1938: The meeting of the Organizing Committee is held in Mehar with K.B.Khuhro in chair and Haji Khan Advocate as host. In this meeting office - bearers of the Mehar Muslim League are elected.
1944: Agha Ghulam Nabi, Vice President of the Sindh Muslim League is awarded party ticket to contest for election on the vacant seat of Sindh Assembly.

Part 2

1966: 'Pakistan is a modern miracle and has no parellel in world', says British Secretary of State William Ross. 
1968: East wing of Pakistan also joins the protest way against Ayub - Shahi. Students take out processions demanding unconditional release of all political detenus and restoration of democracy. Z.A.Bhutto is also in jail and is shifted to Sahiwal.
1969: Pakistan and U.S Agency for International Development (USAID) sign a ¤ 20 million loan agreement for supply of fertilizer to Pakistan.
1981: The U.S full house foreign affairs committee approves the sale of F - 16 Jets to Pakistan.

 

20th  November

1835: Colonel Ponttenger vide his letter No.92 informs Captain Wade, Political Agent of Ludhiyana that boats send by him to Sindh have been detained on Indus by Sindh rulers .
1919: It is turning point In the political history of Larkano. Lahori's family is being challenged by Khilafatees. The meeting of the Anjuman of Larkano is held without its president (Haji Amir Ali Lahori) and Vice President (Mian Ali Muhammad Qadri) and following are elected office - bearers: G.M.Ghulam Ali (President), Seth Khudadad Surhio (V.P), Jan Muhammad Junijo (Secretary) and A.G.Pirzado (Legal Advisor). 
1948: Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan assures Bengalis in Public meeting in Dhaka that Justice and equal opportunities be provided to all without discrimination.

 

21st  November

1932: Haji Abdullah Haroon, G.M.Syed, Alama I.I.Kazi and other Muslim leaders meet to consider about starting/founding daily English Newspaper for Sindhi Muslims. But the idea is not materialized because required amount can not be collected. The fact was that the idea was brain child of Alama I.I.Kazi and supported by business minded leaders. It failed because Upper Class had nothing to do with these things.
1932: Muhammad Ayub Khuhro writes to Alama Iqbal requesting him to support Sindh separation case in the Round Table Conference.
1947: Nawab Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani is blamed by India that he is creating conditions of Hindu - Muslim roits in Bahawalpur state, where he is heading Govt. as its Prime Minister.

 

22nd  November

Part 1

1838: Colonel Pottenger requests Lieutenant Chales, commanding the Court's Surveying Brigade, not to leave coast of Sindh untill the arrival of the British troops as his experience and study will be very useful for troops.
He also advises Messrs Firth & Co, Bombay not to bring his goods into the interior of Sindh and do not proceed to Shikarpur because it would expose him to the risk of being insulted, if not plundered.
1926: The meeting of ladies is held in Theosophical of Karachi. This meeting of more than 110 ladies support co - education, demand teaching of English at Secondary level, including Music and Physical training in the scheme of education. Mrs. Haji Abdullah Haroon, Mrs. Bandhali Kasim and Mrs. N.D. Mallik play vital role in meeting

Part 2

1927: The Sindh Natural History Society is formed with Commissioner as its president.
1935: Cricket match is played between Austrelia and Sindh at Karachi. Sindh Team is headed by Ghulam Muhammad. The match is won by guest team.
1948: Do not bracket yourself as Sindhis, Punjabis, Bengalis, Pathan or Balochi. Be Pakistani and behave like Pakistanis, asks people, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Khan, in Dhaka Public meeting.
1963: Atomic Energy Agriculture Centre at Tandojam is inaugurated.
1971: India launches an all - out offensive against East Pakistan.
1983: No resumption of political activities in near future, no need of any round table conference, says CMLA Zia.

 

23rd  November

Part 1

1838: Colonel Pottenger suggest his Govt that subsidary force be established in Lower Sindh and advises the cession of a portion of the country Sindh to meet the cost. 
1940: G.M.Syed resigns as the Sindh Minister.
1947: Forty - seven thousand Indian Muslims enter Pakistan.
1952: The Indian Govt. rejects the Anglo - American proposal calling for immediate demilitarization talks.
1954: First shipment of U.S military aid to Pakistan arrives.
1955: The Baghdad Pact Council winds up its two - day conference with a joint 19 - point communique calling for peace, security and prosperity in the Middle East.

Part 2

1958: Law Commission is set up with Justice S.A.Rahman, Judge of Supreme court as its chairman.
1960: Urdu is made compulsory subject upto class X11.
1963: U.S.A lovers segment of Pakistani society mourn murder of U.S President. 
1964: President Ayub files his nomination paper for the Presidential candidate. In election he faced Fatima Jinnah and people in power set trend that riging leads to rule and who so ever is power has to win . No problem if sister of the Quaid -i- Azam is decalred defeated.

 

24th  November

Part 1

1920: The editor of Al - Wahid, Qazi Abdul Rahman is arrested due to preaching Non - co - Operation Movement against the Govt.
1942: The Ghathar Muslim League resolves to support Sir Ghulam Hussain ministry.
1947: 245,000 Indian Muslims of Sonipat, Dhoolkot, Rohat and Bara migrate to Pakistan. More 2150 enter Pakistan by Motor transport from Karnal, Jullandhar and Nahan state.
1951: Sindh Muhajreen Board demands redressing of problems of farmer Muhajreen.
1952: Pakistan releases and publishes the text of the Indo - American agreement of 1951, which made India a member of a Regional Security Pact as early as March 1951.

Part 2

1963: The External Affairs Minister, Z.A.Bhutto leaves for Washington to represent Pakistan at the funeral of J.F.Kennedy.
1967: Pakistan backs restoration of the lawful right of Chaina in the United Nation.
1970: All personnel of Pakistan army up to the rank of Major and those belonging to reserve list and sailors under age of 50 years are ordered to report for duty.
1973: Pakistan may seek arms aid from Arabs if U.S.A persistendly refuses for deliver arms.
1981: Pakistan lodges a protest with the Govt. of India over beating of a staff member of embassy in New Delhi on November 21. 
1996: Supreme court admits Benazir Bhutto's petition about National Assembly dissolution.

 

 

 

25th  November

Part 1

1844: The Govt. of India provides guidance to the Sindh Govt. about nature and extent of relations with nearer states .
1934: Balkan Ji Bari - An organization of Youngesters, celebarates its 8th anniversary. It is told in its report that 14 branches of Bari are functional in Sindh and 1500 are enroled so for.
1935: The wheat found from Mohen -Jo- Daro is harvested in Bengal and amaying results are gained. The intiate and efforts were taken by Sir Daniel Hamilton ,who purchased Wheat from the England Mission.
1956: Sardar Abdul Rab Nishtar demands Pakistan to quit Comman Wealth

Part 2

1949: The first International Islamic Conference opens in Karachi.
1954: The Federal Legislative Assembly unanimously welcome the One Unit Scheme for West Pakistan
1962: Opposition groups in National Assembly form alliance to be known as Peoples' Party.
1968: Pakistan Democratic Movement holds protest marches in many towns of West Pakistan and demands restoration of adult franchise, release of political leaders and lifting of emergency without fail.
1971: Pakistan officially ask Britian to use its influence to prevent worsnning Indo - Pak situation.
1993: Fifth district in Karachi, to be called as Malir District is created.

 

26th  November

Part 1

1847: The Collector of Karachi forwards petitions of Munshi Ghulam Hussain and Munshi Pritamdas against the order of dismissal passed by Sir Charles Napier, the late Governor of Sindh. Both helped Major Outram in difficult and early days, but were removed from service because of differences between Napier and Outram.
1931: Haji Mir Muhammad Baloch is presiding over the Mehar Khilafat Conference. It is attended by Shaikh Abdul Majeed Sindhi and G.M.Syed also. Very important decisions are taken and resolutions are passed . The subjects covered are Separation of Sindh, Suppor to Kashmiris, Rights of agricultural and industrial workers and printing of Quran by Muslim printers only.

Part 2

1946: The collection of rare antiquities collected by Lok6al Gobindbux Malkani has invited attention of Sindh Govt. The Sindh Governor proceeds Hyderabad to visit this unique collectiom.
1948: The ban is imposed on daily Dawn, Sindh Observer, Jang, Anjam and Sindh under Public Safety Act.
1951: Khowaja Shahabuddin and I.I.Chundrigar take oath as Governor of NWFP and Punjab respectively.
1965: Akali Leader Tarasing speaks about creating Sikh state between India and Pakistan.
1971: All groups and factions of N.A.P are banned due to its activities against interests and security of Pakistan. President Yahya orders detention of party.

 

27th  November

Part 1

1838: Col. Pottenger welcomes and congratulates Major General Wiltshire, Commanding British Troops in Sindh on his arrival in Sindh and offers his opinion on several points connected with the disembarkation of the force.
1848: The salary of Commissioner in Sindh is fixed at Rs 52,000 per annum with a travelling allowance at Rs 10 per diem.
1947: Eighty - four thousand Indian Muslims migrates to Pakistan.
1949: Two - day Session of the General Council of the Sindh Hari Committee starts at Hyderabad. The major issue of the Jagerdari system in Sindh dominates the agenda. The Ministry of Yousif Haroon is demanded to take necessary action about the abolition of that system.

Part 2

1952: Jacobabad - Kashmore - Dera Ghazi Khan - Mahmudkot raily project is approved.
1971: Chinese Dy.Foreign Minister, in his address to the U.N General Assembly condemns India for its armed aggression against Pakistan.
1981: Pakistan shows willingness to sign the nuclear non - proliferation treaty if India also agrees to do so.
1992: Ban on Benazir's entry into Rawalpindi and Islamabad is lifted.
1994: Lahore High Court orders release of Gul Masih in blasphemy case. He was sentenced to death by the District & Session Judge, Sargodha .
1996: PML ( J ) splits into Hamid Nasir Chattha and Abdul Ghafoor Hoti factions.

 

28th  November

Part 1

1883: Captain Eastwick requests Captain Mellwille, Assistant Resident in Cutch to supply him with one thousand camels or even more to enable the British force to proceed into the interior of Sindh as it was useless to depend on Sindh rulers for any assistance as they in spite of their profession were hostile to the advance of the British army and would be delighted to throw obstacle in their way.
1923: The Sindh Khilafat Committee releases its Annual Report. It is wonderful document on the party, its leaders, branches and activities. It also contains list of Party workers those were sentenced to imprisonment.
1938: Shaikh Abdul Majeed Sindhi, Secretary Sindh Provincial Muslim League writes to Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan Hon. Secretary to All India Muslim League for the affiliation of Sindh Muslim League.

Part 2

1947: Pakistan is now Gate Way to Indian Muslim migrants. 155235 reach today.
1951: Some people of Karachi demand that Karachi be declared as the Governor's province.
1960: West Pakistan is divided into 11 administrative Divisions . Sindh stand divided into 2 Divisions.
1969: Gen. Yahya Khan announces election under Provisional Constitution Order, on 5th October 1970, and also promises to disban One - Unit.
1977: March 1977 polls were a complete hoax, says former Chief Election Commissioner Justice Sajjad Ahmad Jan.
1978: Pir Pagaro faces no - confidence move. Muhammad Hussain Chatta becomes new party chief. PML splits into two factions.

 

29th  November

Part 1

1922: U.K has sent Fleet to Samarna to attack Turkey and this action provoked people in Sindh. Protest public meetings are held in the length and breath of the country. Some of places/villeges of protest are Buthi of taluka Mirokhan, Nasrpur, Dargah Thullah, Bakrani, Unarpur, Matiari, Amrote & Vasi Maluk Shah.
1926: Jairamdas Doulatram has been elected as the member of the Bombay Legislative Council. Today, the Hyderabad District Committee in its meeting adops resolution to express thanks to people for support in election. This may be kept in mind that Jairamdas Doulatram was a first Sindhi who became Governor of Bihar, in India after partition.

Part 2

1948: Bombay Muslim Association of Karachi condemns Sindh Minstry of Pir Illahi Bux for not resolving of the problems of Indian Muslim migrants. 
1953: Sindhi Hari Committee observes 'Anti - violation Day'.
1955: Workers and leaders of Awami League are arrested in East Pakistan on large scale.
1968: Lawyers are on roads. They take out procession in various cities with demand for restoration of the democracy in Pakistan.
1976: Separate High Courts for Sindh and Baluchistan from 1st of December. Notification is issued.
1986: Pakistan, India and U.S.S.R must live in friendship. As it is in the interest of the peace and progress of the region, says President Mikhall Gorbachev of Russia.

 

30th  November

Part 1

1846: Sindh Governor, Charles Napier is not happy with Mir Ghulam Shah and Mir Fazul Ali . These both Talpurs are involved in forgery case. Their application for grant of Jageer is pending with Govt. Today it has been decided that let get themselves released from sentence, later on they will be granted some portion of Jageer round Tanda and Doobi.
1936: Haji Abdullah Haroon, the leader of Sindh United Party announces the Manifesto of his Party in the Press Conference at Karachi.
1938: Sindh Provincial Muslim League releases the list of its General Body. It consist of 88 members. Most of them are Pirs, landlords and Jageerdars of Sindh.

Part 2

1947: Mian Iftkhar, President of the Punjab Muslim League resigns and demand better relation with India and utmost care for Indian Muslim migrants.
1954: The Punjab Assembly unanimously adopts a resolution favouring and supporting One - Unit scheme.
1956: Shaikh Abdul Majeed Sindhi presides over the Convention of 6 major parties and asks for equal opportunities, justice, rule of law, share in governance and democracy for all people of the country.
1967: Pakistan Peoples' Party is formed and Z.A.Bhutto is elected as its Chairman.

 

1971: Indra Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India, while addressing in the Upper House demands Pakistan to evacuate Bangladesh.

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