The MPA of Pakistan People’s Party filed an application about the enactment of minority’s quota of secretariat Sindh Assembly. An MPA from Hindu community Surender Valasai requested speaker of Sindh Assembly Agha Siraj Khan Durrani to assure that 5% of vacant positions in the secretariat of assembly are filled by the candidates of religious minorities.

Sindh government reserved five percent job of minorities’ people in 2015. So, in this way on 3rd February 2015 a resolution was passed.

A reserved five percent quota of minorities was passed by the house consistently. This resolution was moved by a PML-Functional MPA .

The statement of resolution was “This House firms that the Provincial Government ensures the execution of 5% quota reserved for the minorities for employments of Government jobs through the province.”

After three days the Sindh assembly secretary allotted a circular to the related officers of Sindh government for the operation of the resolution. The copies of the circular were sent to Sindh government secretary minorities’ affairs department, coordination department, general administration, secretary for services of Sindh government and to the chief secretary.

Talking with media MPA Golkani said that more than three years before this resolution was passed by the Sindh government but it was without implementation. He said that previous dominant party Pakistan People’s Party issued the order to confirm the quota for minorities for government jobs but there wasn’t indication of its implementation.

He said that this issue was raised numerous times in Sindh assembly to get the house’s attention.

Christian times gives a general view that this behave of last Sindh government was not showing respect to the minorities of Pakistan because we all know the speedy solution of any problem gives a positive indication that the interest is being showed by official authorities but we all know that such kind of negligence the shows the opposite behave of high official. In this regard, still we expect very good action from the present government.


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