The Hindu Sabha at Larkana passed a resolution calling upon the Hindus not to mention their sub-castes in the coming Census and to describe themselves as “Aryas”.
[No. P.25 H(S)/41, HOME DEPARTMENT (SPECIAL), SIND Secretariat, Karachi, Report for the first half of February 1941, 18th February 1941.]
The Sind Provincial Hindu Mahasabha held a meeting at Karachi at which resolutions were passed urging the Hindus in the mofussil to endeavor to secure arms licenses for their protection and requesting Government to enforce adequate measures to protect Hindu life and property. [No. P.25 H(S)/41, HOME DEPARTMENT (SPECIAL), SIND Secretariat, Karachi, 19th July, 1941.]
The banning of the Hindu Mahasabha session in Bihar has caused some resentment among the Hindus. A public meeting was convened by the Hindu Mahasabha on the 25th December where a resolution was passed condemning the action of the Bihar Government. There was a partial “Haral” also.
[No. P.25 H(S)/41, HOME DEPARTMENT (SPECIAL), SIND Secretariat, Karachi, Report for the second half of December 1941, 6th January , 1942.]
The Hindu Mahasabha organized two poorly attended public meetings at Karachi on the 18th and 20th September in which the Congress was criticized for failing to safeguard the interests of Hindus. One Speaker stated that the separation of Sind had brought about much suffering and hardship to the Hindus. Another speaker remarked that an empire can only be maintained with the power of weapons and “Shastras”. A race could only live if it had strength and power. Hitler was succeeding because he had power. Hitler took pride in calling himself an Aryan. In Indian however, the Aryans were a fallen race. [No. P.25 H(S)/41, HOME DEPARTMENT (SPECIAL), SIND Secretariat, Karachi, Report for the Second half of September 1941, 6th October, 1941.]
The Jamiat-ul-ulema held its annual meeting at Sukkur in which anti-Muslim League and anti-British speeches were made. Resolutions were passed emphasizing that the goal of India was complete independence and appealing to Government to ameliorate the condition of ‘haris’ and laborers. An appeal was made to Government to release the Pir of Bharchundi. At the meeting of the Jamiat-ul-Ulema in Larkana resolutions were passed requesting the Sind Government not to send any money collected from the municipalities and local boards outside India and suggesting that the amount collected should be used on education, roads and industries. The Working Committee of the Sind Provincial Hindu Sabha met at Karachi and passed resolutions protesting against the action of the District Magistrate, Sukkur in refusing to renew arms licenses of Hindu, appealing for funds for Hindu sufferers in Dacca district and exhorting the Hindus to join the Army. It was also decided to approach Government to urge for the introduction of Hindi in schools. . [No. P.25 H(S)/41, HOME DEPARTMENT (SPECIAL), SIND Secretariat, Karachi, Report for the Second half of April 1941, 3rd May, 1941.]