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Dr. Qadir Magsi

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Sindh Taraqqi Pasand Party

Employment History

  • Chairman
  • Chief
  • President
    Ponam Gages
  • Provincial President
    Ponam Gages
  • President, Sindh Chapter
    Ponam Gages
  • Chairman
    Sindh Taraqi Pasand Party
  • Provincial President
    Pakistan Oppressed Nations Movement
  • Chairman
    Sindh Taraqi Passand Party
  • Chief
    Sindh Taraqi Passand Party
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I believe it will cause more ..., 31 Oct 2013 [cached]
I believe it will cause more uproar and will have more serious implications than the LG law with a dual system introduced by the PPP towards the end of its tenure," said Dr Qadir Magsi, chairman of the Sindh Taraqqi-pasand Party.
But Dr Magsi cautioned the proposal would tear apart ethnic harmony of the area. "Local feudal lords of the PPP are following Musharraf's policy of creating their fiefdoms and suppressing the middle-class.
"If urban and rural populations remain part of one local government institution they will be dependent on each other and it will help assimilation," he said.
Such nonsensical attempts might further deepen divisions and in effect hand over everything to an ethnic party, he said.
HYDERABAD, July 14: Sindh ..., 14 July 2013 [cached]
HYDERABAD, July 14: Sindh Taraqqi-pasand Party chairman Dr Qadir Magsi has said the government has lost writ in Karachi and miserably failed to bring the situation under its control as the terrorists still rule the streets.
In a statement issued here on Sunday, Dr Magsi said the government had failed to restore peace to Karachi and criticised the chief minister for his statement that Lyari situation was being exploited.
He said that people of Lyari were forced to leave their ancestral homes because of serious threats to their lives while the chief minister was only making attempts to absolve himself of his responsibilities.
He said that elected representatives of Lyari were either silent or missing. The IDPs of Lyari had arrived in Badin and Thatta but the government had not taken any notice and failed to provide them relief, he said.
The PPP should take serious steps to safely shift them to their home because the party was always elected from their area, he said.
www, 11 June 2009 [cached]
Dr Magsi (front row 2nd left) held the govt and the police responsible for the alleged killing of STPP men in police firing during the rally. - Online Photo
KARACHI: A group of Sindh Taraqqi Pasand Party (STPP) activists on Wednesday defied all police barricades on the streets of the city to stage a protest rally against the influx of the internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the NWFP.
Led by STPP chief Dr Qadir Magsi, the protesters converged on Fawwara Chowk near the Governor's House in the morning and marched up to the Chief Minister's House. The police had put up barricades at various points to prevent the protesters from reaching the Governor's House and CM's House. Strong contingents of the Rangers and police personnel were deployed at sensitive spots to meet any eventuality. However, participants of the rally managed to march up to the PIDC House, where they were stopped from heading towards the CM's House for several hours.
Later, Dr Magsi and some of his party colleagues were allowed to present a memorandum to Home Minister Dr Zulfiqar Mirza at the CM's House.
Dr Magsi took up the issue of alleged killing of STPP men in police firing during the course of the rally, and said that his party held the government and the police responsible for the incident. 'We will not allow the Sindh chief minister, ministers and advisers to visit the interior of Sindh and hold open kachehries there anymore,' he added.
He also told the minister that no vehicle carrying IDPs would be allowed to enter Sindh from Kashmore point from June 17.
The home minister told the delegation that the government had formed an investigation team headed by the DIG South, AD Khwaja, to investigate the alleged police firing and death of the four STPP men.
Dr Magsi, Haider Shahani, Ali Hasan, Abdul Hakim, Ellahi Bux Bukak and other STPP leaders spoke to the protesters at various points along the rally's route from Sohrab Goth to the CM's House.
They were trying to get shops ..., 11 May 2007 [cached]
They were trying to get shops closed in Qasimabad against the arrest of STPP Chairman Dr Qadir Magsi.
Deputy Inspector General (DIG) police, Hyderabad, Shaukat Shah, told The News that only Dr Magsi had been arrested and sent to the Hyderabad Central Prison under the Maintenance of Public Order (MPO) while two other leaders, Rasool Bux Palejo of AT and Abdul Waheed Qureshi of MMA, couldn't be arrested because they were out of town.
Nationalists condemn operation in Balochistan -DAWN - National; 06 August, 2004, 5 Aug 2004 [cached]
STPP: The chairman of the Sindh Taraqi Pasand Party, Dr Qadir Magsi, in a statement condemned the registration of a murder case against Akhtar Mengal, Javed Mengal, Habib Jalib and others.
Dr Magsi, who is also the provincial president of Ponam, urged the rulers to hold a dialogue with Baloch leaders with a view to find a political solution to the existing problems.
JSM: The chairman of the Jeay Sindh Mahaz, Syed Zain Shah, while speaking at a news conference at the Hyderabad press club on Thursday said the people of Sindh, Balochistan and Pakhtunkhwa for the last half a century were being treated as conquered nations.
Condemning the army operation and registration of case against Ponam leaders, he demanded that the operation against nationalist forces in Balochistan be immediately stopped.
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