KARACHI - MPAs from Sindh said that ethnic Conflict in Sindh needs to be resolved through dialogue, developing tolerance among cross section of society, decreasing economic disparity, controlling law and order situation and most importantly through bridging communication gap between major stakeholders of the Sindh.
According to press release issued here on Tuesday, ethnic Conflict in Sindh needs to be resolved through dialogue, agreed Legislators from the Provincial Assembly of Sindh and representatives of major political parties in Sindh at a Conflict Resolution simulation exercise on "How to Resolve Real Conflicts" organized by PILDAT.
Participants, who took part in various exercises of negotiation strategies and conflict resolution as part of a structured workshop, believed they, along with the Executive, should play an important role in facilitating the discourse among all stakeholders of Sindh to manage the conflict. Participants urged the administrative authorities to be neutral and non-partisan to control ethnic conflict in Sindh.
To assist the members of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh, representatives and youth wings of major political parties and in enhancing the conflict resolution and negotiation strategies, a simulation exercise organized by PILDAT was conducted by a seasoned instructor, Mohammed Fayaz, who has extensive experience of leading similar workshops in renowned national institutions, based on a live issue of Ethnic Conflict in Sindh.
Senior and seasoned legislators attended the workshop from the Provincial Assembly of Sindh and office bearers and representatives of major political parties including Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N), Awami National Party (ANP) and Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI).