1st May

1848: The Govt.of India asks the Governor of Sindh to prepare details alongwith schedule of pensions and grantes givenby Ex - Rulers as they can be continued if loyality and sincerity with British Govt. is proved.
1850: His Highness Mir Ali Murad Khan Talpur is not happyand satisfied with proceedings and findings of the Commission appointed by the Govt. for probing his involement in making changes in the Treaty of Nounihar.
1886: Workers demandin 'Eight hours as working hours' are fired upon by police in Chicago. This ugly event is yearly condemned as 'May Day'. The first ever May Day in Pakistan was observed in 1972.


2nd May



3rd May

Part 1

1841: Govt. of India asks Major Outram, its Political Agent for lower Sindh, to furnish report alongwith his opinion on the petition of Abbaju Thakor of Nagar Parkar regarding his claim on some villages. It is interesting to note that though, Sindh is still ruled by Talpurs but, matters are decided by others.
1850: Sindh Administration decides that Bugti Dato Mundrani, presently prisoner in Shikarpur jail must not be released in the greater interest of peace.
1851: The Sindh Commissioner requests the Bombay Govt. for permissiom and sanction of the erection of Bunglows on various places for travellors coming by Indus from Punjab, Bombay and England so as to ensure their protection.

Part 2

1957: Pakistan defends and justifies its association with SEATO and other treaties of friendship.
1962: Pakistan and China agree to negotiate the demarcation of their common borders.
1963: Nearly 500 million dollars will be provided for the Tarbela Dam Project. An International agreement is signed in Washington.
1969: Gen. Yahya sends condolence message to Indira Gandhi/India on death of Indian President Dr.Zakir Hussain.
1973: Alleged conspiracy to subvert discipline and loyalty of Pakistan Army & PAF Personnel. More officers are held.
1989: MQM ministers resign from Sindh Cabinet. Protest against confinement of Altaf Hussain and others. Demand to change Hyderabad administration is also not meet.


4th May

1839: Lieutenant Leckle writes to Colonel Pottenger informing him that British fleet has been detained at Sehwan under orders of Sindh Rulers.
1845: It is beginning of the imposition of treaty by the British on Mir Ali Murad Khan Talpur, ruler of the Khairpur state. He raises objections but, all in vain. His friends of yesterday are behaving as his masters. Very un-trustworth role is being played by them.
1921: A public meeting is held at the Eidgah ground of Karachi. It is presided over by Muhammad Khan, whereas is addressed by Lalchand Amardinomal Jagtiani, Durgdas B.Advani; Manilal Vyas; Chunirai Virbhdas;Jetley; Sundardas Valabhdas and others. The meeting congratulates Sawami Govindanand and other victimized leaders and workers of the Non-Cooperation Movement on their patriotic work and sacrifiece. It is decided that ‘Dedanta Ashram’ of Sawami Govindanand will be looked after by a committee during his absence because of being in jail.
1927: Judgment in the case of a pamphlet containg objectionable material and use of ugly language against Holy Prophet (PBUH) is delivered by Justice Kunwar Dalipsing of the Lahore High Court. The accused Rajpal, the publisher of that pamphlet is set free. The same pamphlet with same was later on translated and published by Nathoram in Sindh. He was killed in court by Ghazi Abdul Qayoom in Karachi.
1930: Sir Shafi and M.A.Jinnah are in Sukkur and are invited by Haji Abdullah on lunch. M.A.Jinnah was there to plead case of Pir of Pagaro.
1938: A letter written by Syed Budhal Shah appears in the issue of Al-Waheed, in which he has criticised the role being played by G.M.Syed in the Sindh Legislative Assembly. He terms anti-Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah activities of G.M.Syed as line of action designed by Hindu politicians.
1947: M.A.Jinnah, Liaquat Ali and Gandhi meet the Viceroy and discuss with him the communal situation in the Frontier, Asam,Bengal and Punjab.
1954: Pakistan Government rejects the Russian protest made on March 27, against US-PAK Military cooperation.
1971: PPP Chief, Z.A.Bhutto, calls for transfer of power to the elected representatives before the next budget.
1977: PPP Government charges Asghar Khan of subverting armed force’s loyalty by writing ‘open letter to officers’.
1989: Jam Sadiq Ali is granted interim bail in Hur murder case. 1839: Lieutenant Leckle writes to Colonel Pottenger informing him that British fleet has been detained at Sehwan under orders of Sindh Rulers.
1845: It is beginning of the imposition of treaty by the British on Mir Ali Murad Khan Talpur, ruler of the Khairpur state. He raises objections but, all in vain. His friends of yesterday are behaving as his masters. Very un-trustworth role is being played by them.
1921: A public meeting is held at the Eidgah ground of Karachi. It is presided over by Muhammad Khan, whereas is addressed by Lalchand Amardinomal Jagtiani, Durgdas B.Advani; Manilal Vyas; Chunirai Virbhdas;Jetley; Sundardas Valabhdas and others. The meeting congratulates Sawami Govindanand and other victimized leaders and workers of the Non-Cooperation Movement on their patriotic work and sacrifiece. It is decided that ‘Dedanta Ashram’ of Sawami Govindanand will be looked after by a committee during his absence because of being in jail.
1927: Judgment in the case of a pamphlet containg objectionable material and use of ugly language against Holy Prophet (PBUH) is delivered by Justice Kunwar Dalipsing of the Lahore High Court. The accused Rajpal, the publisher of that pamphlet is set free. The same pamphlet with same was later on translated and published by Nathoram in Sindh. He was killed in court by Ghazi Abdul Qayoom in Karachi.
1930: Sir Shafi and M.A.Jinnah are in Sukkur and are invited by Haji Abdullah on lunch. M.A.Jinnah was there to plead case of Pir of Pagaro.
1938: A letter written by Syed Budhal Shah appears in the issue of Al-Waheed, in which he has criticised the role being played by G.M.Syed in the Sindh Legislative Assembly. He terms anti-Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah activities of G.M.Syed as line of action designed by Hindu politicians.
1947: M.A.Jinnah, Liaquat Ali and Gandhi meet the Viceroy and discuss with him the communal situation in the Frontier, Asam,Bengal and Punjab.
1954: Pakistan Government rejects the Russian protest made on March 27, against US-PAK Military cooperation.
1971: PPP Chief, Z.A.Bhutto, calls for transfer of power to the elected representatives before the next budget.
1977: PPP Government charges Asghar Khan of subverting armed force’s loyalty by writing ‘open letter to officers’.
1989: Jam Sadiq Ali is granted interim bail in Hur murder case.


5th May

1848: It is fifth year of British rule in Sindh but, it is worried about frontiers and law & order situation there. Therefore Bombay Government is requested that levy of one hundred horse-men be approved, sanctioned and put under Major Jacob, Political Superintendent Upper Sindh.
1852: Detailed genological tree of Talpur family reigning at Hyderabad is prepared by the Collector of Hyderabad for submission to the Sindh Commissioner.
1931: The Archbishop of Canterbury, presiding at the Church Missionary Society gathering at Albert Hall, says that national movement in India is passing through every region and class. Every now in Britain recognises that it was wrong to denounce or suspect and still more wrong to attempt to suppress the movement.
1924: Shewa Mandli- an religious-oriented NGO of Hindus of Garhiyaseen celebrates its 5th anniversary.
1926: ‘The Amature Dramatic Society of Jacobabad’ stages drama ‘Sachi Patri’ at Larkano. The earning was later on donated to ‘Gau Shala’ of Jacobabad.
1939”: A.K.Fazul Haq, the Premier of the Bengal opens the All-Bengal Moslem Literary Conference in Calcutta. He observes that the field of Bengali Literature offers a platform on which Hindus and Muslims can work togather unitedly.
1940 The Muslim League Conference is held at Gatahar of Taluka Kambar. Pir Syed Allahdino Shah Rasdi and Rais Qurban Ali Khan Buriro took active part and key role in organizing this event.
1977: PNA proposes to Z.A.Bhutto 32-point plan for resolution of the crisis.


6th May

1927: Sindh Commissioner inagurates ‘The Karachi Muslim Gemkhana’ at Karachi. It is second Gemkhana in Karachi by Muslims, first was of Bohra community. Inagurated building costed Rs.30900/ and the fund was collected with donation of Haji Abdullah Haroon, Ghulam Ali Chagla, Yousif Ali Alvi, Agha Abdul Ghafoor, Usman Salih Muhammad,Tayab Ali Mandiwala and K.B.Abdul Sattar.
1931: Largely attended meeting of Karachi Muslims is held under the presidentship of Moulana Muhammad Sadiq of Khada in which it is resolved that all Sindh Muslims were agreeable to ‘Sindh Pact’ which enunciated ‘Joint Electorates’, ‘Sindh Separation’ and ‘weightage for minorty’.
1939: Subash Bose clarifies his postion about tendering his resignation as the President of the All-India Congress.He says ‘Self-respect, honourand duty towards my country demanded that I should not surrender before will and wish of Mahatma Gandhi, but resign after having made all possible attemps to reach an honourable compromise’.
1940: Judicial Enquary Committee starts recording statements and collecting evidences on the Sukkur riots during the Movement for Restoration of Masjid Manzilgah. This may kindly be noted that 109 statements were recorded in Sukkur and Karachi within two months. 
1945: Indian Seamen and Workers observe May Day at the Indian Workers’ Centre in London. S.Qureshi, Secretary of the centre says that ‘we rejoice at the victory of the Red Army – the army of liberation. We hope one day this gallant army will cursh imperialism as it curshed Fascism on the continent’.
1947: Gandhi meets Jinnah at the latter’s residence. The interview lasted nearly three hours. The ‘Pakistan’ demand is discussed . The two leaders also discuss steps to more effectively carry on joint peace appeal issued by them.
1961: The Constitution Commission, headed by Justice Shahabuddin, submits its proposals to the president. The president wants to give country the Constitution of the President and by the President.
1963: Indian Foreign Minister Swarn Sing proposes the permanent division of Kashmir alongwith existing cease-fire-line. Pakistan rejects the proposal.
1971: India holds up three foreign ships carrying Wheat from U.S.A to East Pakistan.
1972: The Governor of Balochistan, Ghous Bux Bezenjo, orders Urdu to be the official language in the province.
1990: Bomb blast in Karachi-bound Tezgam. 11 killed and 43 injured.
1992: Jamait-i-Islami quits IJI alliance. Blasts government’s Afghanistan policy.


7th May

1917: Elections are held for the Home Rule League branch of Rohri in which Lakhasing Adocate and Chandiram are elected as the President and Secretary respectively.
1926: The Sindh National College Amature Dramatic Society of Hyderabad stages drama ‘Dagabaz Dunia’ written by Lilaram Makhijani.
1935: The meeting of the ‘Anjuman Islam’,Sukker is held under the presidency of Rahim Bux (Vice President of the Sukkur Municipalty). The meeting is attended by Agha Nazar Ali, Muhammad Ismail; Moulvi Abdullah; Gul Muhammad and Naimatullah. The meeting resolved to send congratulation message to the Government on the eve of Silver Jubilli celebrations of King Emperor and assure the Government loyalty and sincerity on behalf of the members of the Animan.
1945: Germany surrenders unconditionally to Allies. The war in Europe ends. This may kindly be kept in mind that Royal Indian Navy took very effective role in the war and Indian merchant seamen toiled to maintain the traffict of the sea.
1946: Sindh Congress observes ‘Bhulabhai Desai Day’.
1961: Seven-member cabinet committee is formed to review the constitutional proposal.
1972: Pakistan&China sign a new border trade agreement.


8th May

1843: The Governor –General of India directs Sindh Governor, Chales Napeir to adopt extreme measures of reprisals against hill tribes on the right bank of Indus.
1850 : The Commission is constituted to investigate the matter of certain interpolations made in the treaty of Naunihar by His Highness Mir Ali Murad Khan . His Highness was involved to prove him guilty for the act.
1918: Home Rule League and Congress and Karachi Citizens’ Association jointly protest against the action of Government for cancellation of Passport to the Home Rule League deputation proceeding to England.
1920 The Sindh Khilafat Committee directs its branches to collect donation and membership fee and send its half to the Sindh Khilafat.
1926: Sindh Commissioner directs all Municipalties not to invite political leaders and organize functions on the expenses of municipalties. Who so ever member will insist, will has to pay the expenditure to be occurred on events.
1929: A public meeting is held at Kambar by the local branch of the Khilafat Committee under presidentship of Mian Ghulam Muhammad. Moulana Abdul Karim Chishti and Mian Ali Muhammad in their speeches advises people to take part in politics. The meeting opposed imposition of the Council to carry on the administration of the Khairpur state. It was termed as interference in the affairs of an independent state. The Jacobabad events relating to Hindu- Muslim conflicts were also deplored at large and people of Jacobabad were appealed not go give anti-social forces chance to divide Jacobabad into Hindu Muslim camps.
1933: Mahatma Gandhi announces the suspension of the Civil disobedience movement for a month. The sensational statement is made following consultation with and approval of Acting Congress President.
1939: Subash Bose declares his plan at a meeting held at Howrah. He referres to the formation of a new party within Congress and says that differences between the ‘Forward Blo’ and the ‘Official Blo’ within Congress are two fold. First the Forward Bloc desires to work the existing progress not with reformist or moderat mentality but with a revolutionary mentality’ , secondly , it has an advance program of its own
1948: In a largely attended political convention, held at Karachi, with Khan Abdul Ghafar Khan in chair, Peoples’ Party is formed to provide platform to the common people of the country. More than 62 eminent politician participated. G.M.Syed was the Chairman of the Reception Committee.
1950: Kazi Faulullah is sworen in as the Chief Minister, Sindh. He replaces Yousif Haroon.
1970: Heads of States of Pakistan, Turkey, and Iran, in joint telegram to the Amrecian President Nixon and Soviet Premier Alexi kosygin, urges them to exercise their influence towards towards the settlement of the Middle East question.
1972: 1972: NWFP’s official language will be Urdu, says Moulana Mufti Mahmood. The statements of Mufti and Bizenjo were not outcome of their love for Urdu but reflected their anti-ppp mentality and on the eve of language dispute in Sindh, such type of statements damaged the harmony between Sindhi and Muhajirs.
1973: Sindh United Front Chief G.M.Syed is arrested under DPR.
1977: Z.A.Bhutto promises all efforts for settlement. Announces Chief Election Commissioner Justice Sajjad Ahmad Jan’s departure on leave.


9th May

1843: The Government of India approves administrative measures and actions taken by the Sindh Governor, Chales Napier. He is allowed to appoint six additional Collectors and start construction of bunglows in various districts at the cost of Rs.200 each for the use of the Collectors and Dy. Collectors.
1857: The Bombay Government intends to start postal service between Karachi and Bombay via Bhooj and asks Sindh Commissioner to offer his comments and feedback.
1884: At a meeting of the ‘Sindh Sabha’, a proposal is made by Wali Muhammad Hassan Ali that the municipal electorate should be formed into communal wards so as to provide for separate electorates for Muslims and Hindus. This proposal is strongly opposed by Deyaram Jethmal and such type of differences paved way to divide Sindh into Hindu- Muslim camps.
1920: Jacobabad witnesses a big political event today when the largely attended public meeting is held by the District Khilafat Committee.
1931: ‘The Punjab,Sindh & Frontier Hindu Conference’ isld in D.A.V. College Hall Lahore under the presidency of Bhai Parmanand . The Conference adopts resolution against the separation of Sindh from Bombay Presidency. This resolution is moved by Prof. Chablani and supported by one Sindhi and another Punjabi Hindus.
1933: ‘The latest action of Mahatma Gandhi in suspending Civil disobedience is a confession of failure’ Subahsh Bose and Patel say in a joint statement. The statement proceeds: ‘ We are clearly of opinion that Gandhi as a political leader has failed’.
1958: The Pakistan Republican Party Chief, Dr. Khan Sahib is assassinated in Lahore. Alleged assassian Atta Muhammad is arrested.
1963: The External Affairs Minister Z.A.Bhutto opposes partition of the Kashmir valley or its joint control by India and Pakistan.
1982: Political curbs to be lifted if the number of political parties is reduced, says Zia.
1988: Thirty-one are killed and 120 injured in sporadic clashes in Karachi. Curfew is imposed in affected areas.


10th May

1948: After removing from Chief Ministership, Muhammad Ayub Khuhro is prohibited from leaving Pakistan and and drawing amount from Banks without prior permission of the Government. He was accused of creating prolems in settling Muhajreen in Sindh.
1950: The Sindh Government has decided to shift SindhUniversity from Karachi to Hyderabad, says Agha Ghulam Nabi Khan Pathan, Education Minister.
1951: Government orders for arrest of Communist leaders and workers through out Pakistan.
1952: International Muslim Conference held at Karachi advises Muslim countries to get rid of political and economic influence of U.S.A and U.K
1955: The Governor-General of Pakistan was very much right in dissolving the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan. His action was legal. The Federal Court gives its decision.
1958: Allama Mashrqi is arrested alongwith his close partymen.
1960: If Peshawar is used as a base by U.S.A to attack or violate Russian air space, it will cost Pakistan very drastic resluts, USSR warns Pakistan.
1964: First ever Inter-continental hotle of Pakistan is inaugurated by the President Ayub in Karachi.
1973: Zulfqar Shah Jamot, Khalifo Aqil, Ghous Ali Shah and Pir Muhammad wassan and others are arrested.


11th May

1843: Mir Yar Muhammad Khan writes to the Governor-General of India requesting him to release him with permission to return back to Sindh as he was inocient and was not engaged in any activity against British.
1948: The construction work on federal offices and residential quarters starts in Karachi.
1953: Martial Law court announces Death penalty for Moulana Moudoodi and Moulana Abdul Sattar Niazi for heading anti-Qadyani Movement and creating law and order sitation more critical in Punjab.
1954: Agha Ghulam Nabi Khan ,Ex-Sindh Minister is disqualified for three years.
1962: U.S Government agrees to provide Pakista loan of 45 million for the purpose for purchase of industrial items from U.S.A. Perhaps our Sindh province has not still given birth to conduct research on the loan and its province-wise utilization.
1964: Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Z.A.Bhutto meets UNO Secretary-General and apprise him of the outstanding Indo-Pak disputes.
1973: Nine opposition leaders belonging to UDF (United Democratic Front) are arrested.
1975: It is the first time in the history of Sindhi literature that ban is imposed on 36 books and periodicals of Sindhi language under Press and Publication Ordinance. It is amazing to note that it includes Child Literature also. This drastic action is taken by PPP Government.
1977: The National Assembly adopts a bill declaring Friday the weekly holiday.
1991: The IJI Government presents the amended Shariat Bill in National Assembly. The opposition including PDA,JUI and ANP reject bill in toto.


12th May

1843: The Sindh Governor recommends the case of Mecleod for his appointment as the Collector of Customs with salary of Rs.800 per month and the case is approved by the Govt of India.There is a road in Karachi, after this man.
1920: The Central Khilafat Committee presents Memorandum to the Viceroy of India in Simila. It is also signed by Khilafat leaders from Sindh such as Seth Haji Abdullah Haroon, Moulana Taj Mahmood Amroti, Munshi Aminuddin, Asadullah Shah, Dr. M.A.Ahmad, Moulana Muhammad Sadiq of Khada, Shaikh Abdul Majeed, Muhammad Khan, Jan Muhammad Junijo, Moulana Abdul Ghafoor Jecobabadi, Abdul Kaliq Morai, Pir Rashidullah Shah and others.
1929: Shaikh Abdul Majeed Sindhi forms "Sindh Muslim Voters Association" so as awareness can be created to vote and elect true, sincere and dedicated candidates in election.
1935: Indian State and Broadcasting Service, Mombai, already broadcasting Sindhi Programs, to broadcasted Sindhi Classical songs sung by Vishni Jagtiyani.
1948: Shaikh Karamat Ali, Education Minister for the Govt of West Punjab is found traveling without Ticket in Karachi Mail.The train was checked by Special team at Khaniwal Railway Station.
1949:" We do not believe in any ISM,my Govt is working for creating FREE SOCIETY", says Liaqut Ali Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan. His speech is broadcasted from Cairo Radio Station.
1951: The opening of Karachi University is announced.
1957: Moulana Bhashani announces to observe Protest Week against Price- hike in the country.
1960: " We are bound morally to satisfy USSR. The investigation is being conducted to see that either USA aircraft used Peshawar Base to attack Russian Jet", says Z.A.Bhutto,the Federal Minister.
1970: The National Assembly adopts bill abolishing Sardari System in the Pakistan.


13th May

1843: Mir Muhammad Nasir Khan writes to Governor-General that he , in 1838,helped Sir John Keane, in purchase of provision at Sabzalkot and Rs.8000 are still outstanging. That amount be paid to me. The letter starts with words:”MAY Nawab Governor Sahib Bahadoor, the august and elevated, the possessor of promp and grandur, the selected of the world, the phoenix of the age, be preserved.”
1856: “Sind Kossid’, periodical of Karachi, edited by Briggs, in course of its editorial protest against the reluctance of Bombay Government to connect Karachi with Aden and Syez by Steam communication. It pleads that Steam communication would benefit the whole of North- Western India, including the Punjab.
1949: Prime Minister of India refutes allegation that his country is intereferieng and indulging in NWFP affairs.
1950: Jodhpur-Sindh border is closed to block undue influx of people from India.
1953: Death sentence awarded to Moulana Moudoodi and Moulana Niazi is converted into imprisonment of 14 years, Punjab C.M.L.A issues orders.
1958: Government takes administrative steps and asks the Settlement Commissioner to provide help to Muhajreen, either it is be given in cash and kind, or morally in resolving their settlement problem without any delay.
1966: The Dhaka High Court asks the East Pakistan Government to clarify and justify its position on the arrest of Shaikh Mujeeb-u-Rahman and other Awami League leaders.
1971: It is announced that 147 anti-state and terrorists are killed in East Pakistan.
1974: Resolving the the Kashmir issue issue can only bring peace and progress in the region, says Z.A.Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan during his address in the Great Peoples’ Hall in Peking.
1975: Pir Pagaro disassociate himself and his party from PNA

1977: No question of resigning as Prime Minister on the wish of a few opposition leaders, however, referendum can hold to get the decision of the people, says Z.A.Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan.
1990: The Senate of Pakistan passes enforecement of Shaiat Bill, that became very disputed since its introduction in the National Assembly.
1992: Detained MNA Asif Ali Zardari is brought to Islamabad to attend National Assembly session.


14th May

1832: Colonel Pottenger has concluded treaties with Talpur Rulers of Hyderabad and Khairpur and today he sends origional signed copies of those treaties to his Government.
1914: A big religious function is held in the Memon Masjid of Gadi Khata of Karachi with Moulvi Abdul Karim Dars in Chair. It is organized by ‘Anjuman Guldastai Ghous”.
1944: The metting of the Sindh Muslim league is held in Karachi District Local Board Hall to elect new office-bearers. G.M.Syed is elected as President un opposed. Where as Ghulam Hyder Shah becomes General Secretary as Yousif Haroon withdraw in his favour on the advice of G.M.Syed.
1948: Khan Abdul Samad Khan is arrested.
1950: Resentment prevails in political circles of Sindh on the unending influx of migrants from India.
1951: Balochistan is attacked by Afghanistan. Pakistan lodges protest.
1952: Saadat Hussain Manto is released on bail.
1955: Various issues including Kashmir is discussed between Prime Minsters of Pakistan and India , in the meeting held in New Delhi.
1965: Sukkur Power Station starts functioning.
1971: Lt.General A.A.K.Niazi, Major General B.M.Mustafa,Major General Ch.Nisar Ahmad and Major General Khadim Hussain are appointed as Zonal Martial Law Administrators for Zone B, D,E & F respectively.
1977: Curfew is imposed in Multan. Joint session of the Parliament express confidence in Z.A.Bhutto.


15th May

1906: A Box of the cordile is exploded in the polygon building of the Hyderabad Fort, and sets it on fire. At 8.30 a terrific explosion shook the town and at the same time tons of bricks and stone are hurled in all direction, killing eight persons on the spot and wounding a large number.
1919: Nawab Qaisar Khan Magsi of Larkana offers his support to the Government that was facing some trouble given by Afghanistan. He announces to put services of 50 people at the disposal of the Government and those will fight agaist Afghanistan on behalf of Britsh Government.
1920: The Viceroy of the India in Notification No 3042 express his sympathy with Indian Muslim and declares that though, due to natur of terms of treaty with Trukey, Indian Muslims will be hurt to extend but, he is confidient that Indian Muslims will prove their loyalty with Crown and will not be irritated with terms.
!931: A meeting of Religious Muslim Scolars is held at Badin and the branch of Jamiat-ul-Ulema, Sindh is opened with following as its founder office-bearers: Moulana Ghulam Ali (President), Moulana Abdul Wahab (Vice President), Moulana Ahmad Malah (Sectertary) and Haji Abdullah (Treasurer).
1946: A public meeting is organized by the local branch of the Muslim National Party at Jacobabad, Ali Muhammad Makrani, Vice President of the party presiding. Sopeeches of lives and achievements of Aslam Achakzai and Allah Bux Soomro are made and resolution on Hindu-Muslim unity and Freedom Movement are adopted. Muhammad Amin Khoso, Agha Muhammad Shafi, Muhammad Momin Kalim, Choithram Dembha, Pesumal and Kodomal also spoke on the occasion.
1948: Special Tribunal consisting of Justice A.Rashid and Justice Shahabuddin is constituted for trial of Muhammad Ayub Khuhro, Ex-Chief Minister of Sindh.
1951: Tribunal comprising of Justice Abdul Rahman, Justice Aminuddin & Justice Muhammad Sharif is constituted to hear Rawalpindi Conspiracy case.
1953: Sindh Assembly supports Qazi Fazulullah to form Sindh Government.
1955: Home Minister Major General Iskandar Mirza holds talks with his Indian counterpart .
!956: Government is not bound to accept recommendation of Pakistan Muslim League on the political crisis in West Pakistan, says Prime Minter Muhammad Ali.
1971: Uprising has been defeated for ever. However, some events of creating law and order are some times reported, says General Tikka, Governor of East Pakistan.
1977: Acting President of PNA, Pir Pagaro is house arrested for three days.


16th May

1841: Camels are plunderd and Lieutenant Clarke is killed on Murri hills. Murris are giving tough time to British officers.
1940: Munshi Abdul Ghafoor empolyee of The District Local Board Larkano, who proceeded to 9 month without pay leave and went Lahore to join movement launched by Khaksar Tahreek and was arrested there, is released from jail after completing his 5 month term of imprisonment.
1952: Sindh Journalists’ Association condemns the promulgation of Security Act and terms it as violation of Human-rights.
1954: Majorty of Sindh Assembly members resign from Pakistan Muslim League.
1961: Karachi is connected with Jeddah by Radio Telephone Service.
1965: G.Allana earns the title of ‘Poer Lareate’ .
1974: Sindh Government retires 65 officers on corruption charges and dismisses other 225 of their services.
1977: Middle East leaders meet Z.A.Bhutto and PNA leaders to minimize tension and pave way for talks.


17th May

1917: Miss K.Vealle delivers lecture on the topic of ‘Theosophy & Hiduism’. The program is organized by Young Amil’s Association of Karachi.
1920: A public meeting is held at Mithyani with Pir Turab Ali Shah in chair. Moulvi Fazul Muhammad and Moulvi Karim Bux deliver their speeches on the importance of Khilafat and ask people to participate in Khilafat Movement. The function is arranged by Mian Muhammad Sidiq and Khair Muhammad, both Zamindars of Mithyani.
1922: It has been notified that Haji Khamiso Gul Muhammad has been elected as a member of Legislative Council of the Governor of Bombay by the Karachi District Muhammadan Ruler Constituency in place of Muhammad Abid Abdani who breathed his last.
1924: Anjuman Taraqi-ay-Urdu establishes Book Store in Karachi.
1926: Syed Miran Muhammad Shah appears for the oral examination in the office of Judicial Commissioner Sindh for the post of Sub Judge, but he is not selected.
1950: The number of Muslim migrants from India those have reached in Pakistan/Sindh recently, is 103600. None of them will be sent back to India, says Ishtiaq Qureshi, State Minster.
1951: Accused and arrested in Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case, Maj.General Akbar, Begum Nasim Akbar, Faiz Ahmad Faiz, and Sajjad Zaheer are shifted to Lahore Jail.
1954: Communists are behind unrest and uprising in East Pakistan, says Prime Minister of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali.
1960: If Peshawar is attacked by Russia, Atom Bombs can be dropped on her major cities, says AyubKan, the President of Pakistan. He also lodges protest with U.S.A for using of U2 from Peshawar Base to make USSR Jet target.
1972: Abdul Hamid Jatoi is arrested on account of providing shelter to criminals.
1969: Boundary demarcation in Rann Kutch is completed in accordance with International Tribunal Award.


18th May

1832: Colonel Pottenger informs his Government that Mir Naser Khan of Mirpur makes overtures for a separate treaty on favouring terms but he refuses to do anything without the knowledge of Mir Murad Ali of Hyderabad and without orders of Governor –General.
1922: Sindh Congress observes ‘Gandhi Arrest Day’. Meetings are held and processions are taken out.
1926: ‘Amature Dramatic Society’ of Jacobabad stages drama ‘Sachi Patri’ at Larkana. The income will be donated to Gaoshala of Jacobabad.
1936: ‘Civil Liberties Union’ is formed in Sindh with Jamshed Mehta as its founder president.
1950: The PeshawarUniversity comes into existence.
1952: Qadianis’ Convention at Karachi is rampaged.
1962: The former chief justice Justice Muhammad Munir is appointed Law Minister of Pakistan.
1971: U.N.O Secretary-General U Thant issues worldwide appeal for aid to the East Pakistani Refugees, now in India.
1975: Arrested defunct NAP leaders to remain at Sihala, Supreme court orders.
1986: PML(N) decides to remove Syed Fakht Imam from the National Assembly speakership.
1991: Dr.Qadir Magsi disassociate himself from Jeay Sindh and announces his own party.
1992: Overspending on military can led to disintegration . Benazir calls for arm-cut agreement with India.
1994: U.S.A to send its technical proposal for ‘ non-interusive nuclear inspection’ . Step is aimed at verifying that Pakistan does not possesses any nuclear weapon.

19th May

1845: The draft of treaty between His Highness Mir Ali Murad Khan and Government of India is sent by Charles Napier with remarks that all lands held by Mir Ali Murad Khan in north of Rohri belong to him by gift and those in the south of Rohri are his by right.
1849: The Government of Bombay approves Rules for (Civil) Justice for Sindh as proposed by the Sindh Commissioner.
1916: The lecture program is organized by ‘ The Young Amil’s Association of Karachi that is chaired by Vazirmal, Registrar of the Judicial Commissioner and lecture is delivered by Achalsing Awani on the topic of ‘ Deti Leti and Amil Marriage’.
1920: Moulana Muhammad Sadiq of Khuda is sharing account and details of Jacobabad Khilafat Conference in public meeting at Karachi. Muhammad Hussain, one of from audience breathes his last as the story of political sorrows and longings was unbearable and terrible for him. Is it not a tragedy of our history that leaders are given undue place in the pages of history and common workers are ignored at all. Who knows Muhammad Hussain and his attachment with ideology?
1848: India will not welcome back those who have left India and migrated to Pakistan on their own. They are not Idian citizens more, declares Indian Government.
1951: Seth Fida Alibhai, Sardar Baz Muhammad Jogezai and Yahya Bhakhtiar resign as members of the ‘Balochistan Council’ constituted by the Government of Pakistan.
1952: Fifty-two persons are arrested in Karachi on account of attacking ‘Ahmadi/Qadyani Convention’ held there.
1953: Sindh Muslim League must comply with instructions of the Pakistan Muslim League on Cabinet- making/formation task, says Khuwaja Nazimuddin PML President.
1958: Muslim League, Nizam-i-Islam Party and Jamait-i-Islami form an alliance for the next general elections. 
1960: Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan is disqualified from taking part in politics.
1977: imposition of Martial law by PPP Government is challenged by PNA in Lahore High Court.
1991: Terrorist kill 4 inocent people in Hyderabad.
1996: Cabinet Committee on Privatisation approves sale of Bankers Equity Ltd tp LTV Consortium.



20th May

1847: Boundary survey of Rohri distric is completed and Farrington, Dy.Collector of Rohri forwards a sketch of the District and town of Rohri to the Government of Sindh.
1852: Every Department starts submitting its Annual Reports to the Government. Today Report about working of Police is submitted to the Commissioner, Sindh.
1920: Haji Abdullah Haroon, Moulana Taj Mahmood Amroti and Hakim Shamisuddin Ahmad Kazi are elected as President, Vice President and Joint Secretary respectively of the Sindh Khilafat Committee. It has also been notified by the Khilafat Committee that so many Managers of Deni Madressahs have declared that in future they will not accept or request for financial aid for their Madressahs and Schools from the Government. Some of them are: Khalifo M.Usman of Mured Machhi (Mirokhan), Moulvi Muhammad Hassan of Sujawal Gopang, Moulvi Din Muhammad of Buthi; Moulvi Muhammad Alam of Mahboob Tunyo; Moulvi Muhammad Azam of Pind, Merokhan; Mulan Imran of Tando Ali Murad; Moulvi Khair Muhammad of Chhto Joyo; Moulvi Fatih Muhammad of Hasil Jamali; Moulvi Qadir Bux of Drib Chandio and Hafiz Abdul Ghani of Bhanbho Chandio.
1922: A public meeting is arranged by Aman Sabha of Tando Bago under chairmanship of K.B.Mir Ghulam Muhammad.It is attended by Keswandas, Mukhi Hiromal; Bhai Topanmal; Edanmal and Tourmal. Moulvi Abdul Aziz Pro-Government Moulvi is specially invited to share his knowledge about Khilafat and advise people not to take part in any agitation launched by Khilafat Committee.
1947: Bazim-i-Mushaera of Larkano arranges Poetic Sitting. The Poetry presented was later on published in ‘Adeeb Sindh’.
1951: Major General Nazir Ahmad is arrested in connection with Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case.
1956: Chief Minister of East Pakistan is not allowed by the Speaker of East Pakistan Provincial Assembly to present Budget.
1968: Pakistan has given notice to U.S.A for termination of lease of the American Communications Unit at Badaber, near Peshawar, the National Assembly is told.
1973: PPP government is the modern shape of dictatorship. It is neither in the interest of democracy, nor in the interest of people, blames Asghar Khan.
1977: Four killed and 16 injured in anti-government riots is Sialkot. Curfew is imposed. Unrest prevails in Karachi and Lahore.
1978: Z.A.Bhutto’s appeal against Lahore High Court judgment is hearing by the full bench of the Supreme Court.


21st May

1943: Motomal Dhanrajmal and Kishan Jewatram, both students of Larkana Municipal High School are arrested under Section 34 a (6) and 38 a (1) of the Defence of India Rules. Both are caught red-handed with political literature against the British Government and were found addressing students’ gathering to change their loyality and insisting them to take part in the Freedom Movement.
1949: The ban previously imposed by the Government on ‘Rajb Gathering’ in Pir Jo Goth is withdrawn.
1950: I am in favour of making Urdu as Medium of instructions, says Sindh Education Minister, Agha Ghulam Nabi Pathan.
1953: Pirzado Abdul Sattar is sworn in as the Chief Minister of Sindh.
1955: Malik Feroz Khan Noon’s ministry is dismissed in Punjab. He is replaced by A.Hamid Dasti.
1958: Allama Mashrqi and other accused in Dr.Khan Sahib’s murder are handed over to police for judicial lock-up.
1962: Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan to remain House-arrested till further orders, notifies the Government.
1975: Agricultural college Tando Jam and Engineering college Jamshoro are upgraded as universities with effect from next financial year.
1977: Islamic Foreign Ministers’ Conference, held in Libya, criticises the reported foreign intrigues in Pakistan.
1979: Islamisation as conceived by Zia starts. An Ordinance to check obscenity in films is promulgated.
1990: Colonel Qadafi assures all help to meet aggression against Pakistan. Talks are held between Benazir and him in Libya.
1993: Pakistan will not sign Non-Proliferation Treaty unilaterally, says Pakistani Forerign office Department.


22nd May


1843: The importance of Shikargahs of Sindh is realized by the Governore. Therefore he wants to establisha Department so as to derive profit from the timber and to make Shikargah a great source of revenue.
1851: The Collector Karachi decides for erection ofMarket and with his efforts Empress Market is erected on the place where some revolutionaris were blown up with Cannon in connection with involment in events of 1857.
1920: The Sindh Khilaft Committe sends share of Rs.15000 to Moulana Muhammad Ali Johar through All -India Khilafat Committee. The amount is to be utilized on sending Khilafat Deputations to other countries.


1948: Karachi shall be the capital of Pakistan, resolve the Constituent Assembly.
1949: The Working Committee of the Punjab Muslim League demands resignation of the Non - Muslim Governor Sir Francis Mudie. He was replaced in August that year.
1953: Pir Ali Muhammad Shah Rashdi, Kazi Akbar, Ali Nawaz Khan Mahar and Kazi Abdul Manan are inducted in Sindh Cabinet.
1963: President Ayub joins Convention Muslim League.
1992: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif asks India not to interfere in Sindh. He claims that Al - Zulfikar connection with PPP will soon be made public.Justifies Operation in Sindh.
1993: Taj Muhammad Jamali resigns as the Chief Minister of Balochistan


23rd May

1843: Charles Napier apprises the Governor-General of India about Darbar, that he conducted at Hyderabad. He reports that 8,000 chiefs, with their followers attented it. He had pardoned all Jagerdars who had not made their salam before and that the Jager of those fell in battle had been given to their children subject to the payement of rent. The result of the greatest assembly of about 20,000 men was very gratifying. Wali Chandio was presented with a gold cimetar for his loyality and fidelity.
1932: More than 600 people are participating in a meeting held at Malir of Karachi, in the garden of Haji Pir Bux Baloch. The meeting is presided over by Sardar Jam Bijar Khan, First Class Jagerdar and in this meeting ‘Malir Zamindar Association & Bus Service’ is formed. It is decided to purchase 12 buses and start Bus Service in Karachi.
1952: City Magistrate of Delhi issues warrants against Yousif Haroon, Pakistani High Commissioner in Australia.
1955: Fatima Jinnah warns people in power that foreign influence is overshadowing democracy in the country. Uprising will take birth, if civil rights are restored without fail.
1972: Z.A.Bhutto assures full support and protection to traders, bankers and industrialists. Addresses their gathering in Karachi.
1977: Pakistan Communist Party takes re-birth. It was declared unlawful in 1953 and ban on the party was withdrawn in 1971.
1996: IMF demands lowering of the budget defict and introduction of General Sales Tax besides, Agricultural Income Tax as loan conditionalities.


24th May

1838: Colonel Pottenger writes to Mir Noor Muhammad Khan informing him that he has been appointed as Resident in Sindh and Captain Mellwill as his assistant by the Government of India.
1851: Major Jacob, Political Superintendent, Upper Sindh Frontier, suggest to the Commissioner of Sindh that if reseonable amount of assistance is given to Bugtis, it would help us to allow them to retire to their former country.
1844: Government of India advise Sindh Administration that restore and maintain ancient supermacy of Thakurs and Chiefs of Thar District over people so as to get their assistance in law & order situation in that area and create loyal class there.
1921: Jairamdas Doulatram, Dr.Choithram Gidwani and Kisomal alongwith Khilafati leaders address a big public meeting at Badin and advise people to take part in Non-Co-Operation Movement religiously.
1922: Moulvi Abdul Aziz of ‘Hyderabad Latifi Madressah’ exhorts the people in the public meeting organized by the Badin Aman Sabha. Loyality songs are sung and leaflets of the Publicity Committee are distributed. Dalpatrai, Dingomal (Secretary of Aman Sabha), Khemchand Ambratrai spoke on the occasion.
1941: District Sukkur Muslim League Conference is held at Sultankot under presidentship of Makhdoom Mureed Hussain of Multan. It is largly attended big show of the party there.
1949: Prime Minister of Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Khan disapproves Punjab Muslim League’s demand about replacing of non-muslim Governor of Punjab.
1950: Fifty thousand Indian Muslim Migrants have reached Pakistan with in last five months, it is announced by the Government. This may kindly be noted that number of migrants raised later on and it was not so high in early days.
1954: Parliament to debate the motion of Mian Iftkharuddin that Military-aid pact singed between U.S.A and Pakistan will not be in grater interests of the country.
1963: Pak-Afghan talks start in Iran. Pakistani team is headed by Z.A.Bhutto, Foreign Minister .
1968: Air Force station Maripur is renamed as “Masroor Air Force Station”.
1971: Awami League intended to arrested me, discloses President Yaya Khan.
1977: Riaz-ul-Khatib, Saudi Ambassador meets Bhutto and Mufti in connection with resolving political differences between them.


25th May

1835: Colonel Pottenger writes to Government of Bombay acknowleding receipt of a copy of their letter to Muhammad Rahim Shirazi relating to opening the trade by the Indus anf informing that the best time of the year for navigation was in end of February, March and April as the southerly winds blew regularly. 
1843: Further information about Hyderabad Darbar is sent to the Government of India by Charles Napier. He writes that nearly all chiefs had made their Salam and that Right Bank of the Indus was as obedient as the left.
1895: The weekly ‘Aftab Sindh’ is founded at Sukkur by Haji Abdul Rahman Memon with Shamisuddin ‘Bulbul’ as its editor. The paper defended Islamic cause in Upper Sindh for years.
1900: Kotri bridge is opned and it was first important communication link not only in Sindh but very important for Punjab also.
1919: Shiva Mandli is formed in Garhi Yaseen. This NGO of Hindus remained active and functional for years. 
1948: India and Pakistan agree to start trade on Barter System.
1952: Protest Day against ‘Security Act’ is observed by various Journalists’ organizations throughout country.
1955: Pakistan to provide protection to interests and investing institutions of U.S.A in country. Agreement is signed in Washington.
1956: East Pakistan political situation is discussed in the Federal cabinet meeting.
1960: The Presidential cabinet approves the prelimnary Master Plan for the new capital in Islamabad.
1969: G.M.Syed and Mumtaz Doultana discuss ‘One-Unit’ issue in their meeting.
1971: Pakistan lodges protest with India against threat of armed conflict with Pakistan by Indian Prime Minister.
1992: Law enforcing agencies cordon off all exit and entry points of Sindh Capital.


26th May


1843: The Governor - General of India directs to the Governor of Sindh that Karachi be made Capital of the British Sindh and Water for Karachi be obtained from the Ghizree hills and measures be adopted for communication between Karachi and Hyderabad.
1849: Lord Bishop of Calcutta is granted custody of churches and burial grounds.
1895: Weakly 'Aftab Sindh' is founded by Haji Abdul Rahman Memon at Sukkur. Rais Shamsuddin 'Bulbl' is first editor. The played role in encountering propangda by Arya Samaj and Christanity.
1930: Ayub Khuhro compiles 'Sufferings ofSindh'. That proved to be better Presentation in favour of separation of Sindh from Bombay Presidency.


1949: Pakistan demand plebiscite in Hyderabad Dhakan.
1950: Journalists take out protest procession in Larhore against Pir Ali Muhammad Shah Rashdi, the president of PNEC.
1953: U.K's pro - Indian policy on Kashmir issue is compelling Pakistan to revise herrelations with that country, say Prime Minister Bogra.
1956: Maj. Gen. Iskandar Mirza, president of Pakistan, imposes President's rule in East Pakistan.1958: Russia doubts misuse of U.S.A base in Pakistan against her integration. Pakistan denies it.
1975: Opposition is violating 6th Feruary Agreement, say Z.A.Bhutto.
1977: Acceptance of our basic demands have paved way for opposition - Govt. talks, says Pir of Pagaro, Acting President of PNA.
1979: BegamNusrat Bhutto is elected as PPP Chairperson.


27th May

1843: The Governor-General of India directs Charles Napier that ‘ The separation of the women from Amirs appears so extraordinary and unnatural……It is essential to our character, that they should be treated with all respect and honor’.
1950:Who so ever Sindhi Hindu migrant desires to return back to Sindh, will be accepted. Government of Pakistan agrees.
1953: The decision of Tribunal regarding the Rawalpindi Conspiracy case is challenged in the Federal Court by accuesed in the case.
1959: Dr.Raziuddin Sidiqui takes over as the Vice Chancellor of Sindh University.
1964: Pakistan mourns death of Indian Prime Minister Pandit Nehru, who breathed his last today.
1969: Budget for the next financial year will be presented by the President and Governors.
1971:Divisional and Taluka Councils are dissolved in Sindh.
1976: Federal Minister for Industries & Kashmir affairs, Syed Qaim Ali Shah lays foundation stone of 1oo kw Radio station at Khairpur.
1977: PNA is doing Table Work for talks with the Government, it is announced by the party spokeman.
1987: Former Balochistan Governor, Mir Ghous Bux Raisani and his five guards are killed in Karachi.
1990: Forty five in Hyderabad and Twenty two in Karachi are killed. Curfew is imposed .
1980:High Courts are bar


28th May

1917: The Citizens’ Association of Hyderabad elects its office-bearers, and they are Rais Ghulam Muhammad Bhurgri (President), Mukhi Jethanand (Vice President), Gopaldas Jhamatmal (Hon.Secretary),Sarnanad (Join Secretary), Dharamdas Belaram (Treasurer).
1921: A public meeting is held by Non-Co-Operators at Sukkur. Moulana Taj Mahmood Amroti and Veromal Begraj are the important speakers of the event.The meeting is arranged in the Wara/building of Bhai Nanumal, because Anti-Non-Cooperators were determined to disturb the meeting if it is held in any open ground.
1931: Moulvi Sir Muhammad Yaqub contacts Sindhi leaders to organize Muslim League in Sindh. Pir Ali Muhammad Shah Rashdi, who was the Secretary of the Sindh Muhammadan Association accepts his appeal and starts work on the agenda. 
1944: Bazim Mushira of Larkano arranges Poetic Sitting with Ghous Bux in Chair.
1948: The crisis of power-politics ends in Punjab with resignation of Mian Mumtaz Doultana and Shoukat Hayat.
1950: Moulana Moudoodi, who was arrested for making objectionable speech on Kashmir is released.
1953: Malik Sikandar Khan, Pir Ghulam Rasool Shah, Shafqat Hussain Shah, Mir Ahmad Khan Talpur are appointed Parliamentary Secretaries by Chief Minister, Pirzada Abdul Sattar.
1955: Election for the Constituent Assembly will be held on 21st of June. Province-wise seats are allocated. Punjab 21 (20 Muslims + 01 Non-Muslim), East Pakistan (40 (31 Muslims+ 09 Non-Muslims), Sindh 05 (04 Muslims+ 01 Non-Muslim), NWFP 04, Karachi, Khairpur and Balochistan 01 for each.
1957: Five thousand acres of land in Ghulam Muhammad Barrage is on the disposal of the Government for distribution.
1963: U.S.A is taking interest to help Pakistan in construction of Tarbila Dam.
1964: Z.A.Bhutto attends the funeral ceremony of Indian Prime Minister Pandit Jawahrlal Nehru. Though , he attended so many such type of funeral ceremonies, but no body attended his funeral ceremony, even Wife Nusrat Bhutto and daughter Benazir Bhutto.


29th May


1843: The Governor of Sindh informs the Govt. of India that a servant of Mir Sher Muhammad has been executed for murdering a man. Perhaps this is the first ever execution taking place in Sindh.
1857:Mir Amir Bux son of Mir Faiz Muhammad Talpur is offered Govt. service as requested by him.
1927: The Resolution adopted by the All - India Congress is discussed in the meeting of the Sindh Provincial Hindu Sabhaheld at Hyderabad. It was also decided to launch public awareness movement in favour of anti -separation.
1930: In the meeting of Sindhi Muslim politicians held in Karachi with Sir Shahnawaz Khan Bhutto, it is resolved to hold Sindh Azad Conferences in District Head Quarters so the case and cause of the s[...]


1950: Crack down on farmers starts in Multan. So many are arrested to give them tough time for conflicting their Landlords.
1952: Hassan Mahmood forms first ever Muslim League Ministry in Bahawalpur State. Sardar Muhammad Ajmal Laghari and Rao Hafiz -u- Rahman are taken as ministers.
1962: Begam G.Allana and other six ladies are elected as National Assembly members.
1963: Pakistan and Afghanistan agree to re- establish diplomatic relations.
1973: National Assembly disapproves demand for trial of the Ex - President Gen. Yahya Khan.
1979: Begam Nusrat Bhuttoand Benazir Bhutto are released
1988: President Gen. Zia dissolves National Assembly and removes Junijo cabinet. Prime Minister Junijo was on foreign visits. He found every thing changed as he landed at Islamabad !


30th May

1843: The Govrnment of India accord permission to the Governor of Sindh for appointment of Dy.Collectors in Sindh.
1848: Sepoys of Baggage Crops committed offence out of the Cantonment limits of Shikarpur and they faced trial conducted by Police authorities. Today, the Sindh Commissioner sends report to the Government of Bombay.
1931: All-India Khilfat Conference openes at Bombay under the presidency of Moulana Abdul Majid Badauni. Delegate comprising of eminent Khilafat leaders from Sindh is participating.
1941: Juma Khan ‘Gharib’ presides over Poetic Sitting jointely organized by Bazim Mushaera of Larkano and Sindhi Sudhar Society.
1948: 2-day Hari Conference held at Ratodero elects new office-bearers of the Hari Committee, and they are: Hyder Bux Jatoi (President), Moulvi Muhammad Maaz (V.P-1), Abdul Wahid Soomro (V.P-2), Abdul Ghafoor Jan Sarhandi (V.P-3),Abdul Qadir M.Khan (General Secretary)and Moulvi Azizullah Jarwar (Joint Secretary). Following were elected as members of the Working Committee: Ghulam Dastgir and Hakim Din Muhammad (From Larkano), G.M.Syed and Shoukat Ali (From Dadu), Osto Muhammad , Rais Brohi and Khudadad Bhatti (From Nawabshah/Benazirabad), Syed Muhammad Shah Amroti and Moulvi Taj Muhammad Khoso (from Sukkur), Moulvi Sher Muhammad and Sawami Nagdev (From Jacobabad),Allah Bachayo Jarwar , Muhammad Alam Kerio and Ghulam Muhammad Bam (From Hyderabad), Jan Muhammad Pali, Ghulam Muhammad Laghari, Mir Muhammad Talpur and Muhammad Ismail Abbasi (From Tharparkar). 
1951: Main accused in the Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case, Rtd.Major General Akbar is produced before the court headed by Justice Muhammad Sharif.
1966: No other country, but only Pakistan can resolve the Kashmir issue.
1972: Abdul Hamid Khan Jatoi is released and re-arrested . Every thing in politics is fair!
1974: Twenty-five thousand Biharis are allowed to migrate and majority of them will be opt for Karachi.
1988: Muhammad Khan Junijo terms action of Zia-ul-Haq as arbitary and against the fundamentals of the democratic process. Today, Provicial Assemblies and Cabinets are also dissolved by the President.
1990: Twenty-four killed as terrorists go on rampage in Karachi. More thirty-four persons are killed as a missile hit New Karachi.
1993: No-Confidence Motion move is initiated by 37 PDA members against Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Muzaffar Shah.



31st May

1916: Swami Dayanand delivers his lecture on the topic of the ‘Yoga Practice’. The event is organized by the ‘Young Amils’ Association of Karachi.
1927: The Sindh Natural History Society is formed at Karachi.38 are enroled as members on the first day. Later on the Society published ‘The Journal of Sindh Natural History Society’ and it became the basic source material on the Natural History of Sindh.
1931: The weekly ‘Al-Amin’ edited by Shaikh Abdul Majeed Sindhi gives account of sorrows and longings of Khilafat activists of Jacobabad. The paper reports that Sardar Rasool Bux has been awarded 12 months imprisonment, Sepoy Muhammad Daud has been beaten bu S.P, Jacobabad and Government offices have refushed to accept applications written by Munshi Khuda Bux. They all played vital role in the Khilafat Conference of Jacoabad.
1932: Conviction figures about Congress leaders through out India is made public. It reveals that in the month of January 14800, in February 17800,in March 6900, in April 5200 and in the month of May 1932, total 3800 leaders and workers were convicted.
1943: Sindhi Sudhar Society and Bazm Mushara of Larkano jointly arrange Poetic Sitting. The selection from the poetry presented in the Mushera was published in Adeeb Sindh, literary Journal of Larkano.
1951: Gold and other valuable minerals are found/discovered in Balochistan.
1961; Soviet experts are in Pakistan so as to help the country in oil exploring.
1964: President of Pakistan, General Ayub declares that Pakistan would never agree to a federation or confederation with India as a solution of the Kashmir dispute.
1965: Muhammad Khan Junijo and Jam Mir Ghulam Qadir are inducted in the ministry of the West Pakistan.
1968: Consequent upon closer of Suez Canal, U.S.S.R opts for diplomatic methods to get trade route through Afghanistan and Pakistan. The present war like situation of that trade route area indicates the fight for control over the trade route.
1972: President Bhutto and King Hussain discuss situation in Middle East and the South East Asia.

1973: The PPP Government has hatched conspiracy to kill me and my family, claims Pir Pagaro. The editor of Daily paper ‘Mehran’, and eminent poet Syed Sardar Ali Shah ‘Zakir’ is arrested under DPR>
1985: NWFP Assembly adopts unanimous resolution on the lifiting of Martial Law.
1989: Punjab Chief Minister is happy on talks with MQM. PNA and MQM to support each other in side and outside assemblies.
1992: Pakistan has informed U.N.O of massive Indian infiltration in Sindh, says Nawaz Sharif. But no body had informed any one including U.N.O of massive and unending migration in Sindh from India!!!




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