Facts that shook Pakistan

In 2014 a microchip was inserted in my body by USA (CIA) and India (RAW) through the Ministry of External Affairs of India. Insertion of this chip was requested by Pakistan (ISI). 

How ISI officials disclosed to RAW and CIA about nuclear assets locations, their support to Taliban and Al Qaida and other similar things

It was fall for Pakistan. USA, India and Pakistan were engaged through live conversations. The Pakistani participants were ISI officials. USA was represented by CIA and India by RAW. This happened during April to November 2016. ISI official from Pakistan Army’s Signal Corps officer Sahib Khan suddenly told Indian emotionally that an ISI official, a colonel in posted near Parachinar of Pakistan tribal areas gave refuge to Afghan Taliban. 

Our detention

It was a summer morning in 2014 when I woke up and found that my upper body was undressed. I along with my wife Fatima were giving a protest demonstration in Delhi and use to sleep those days on a roadside at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi. Someone later that day told us that a gadget (chip) has been inserted in my and my wife Ghulam Fatima’s body and my every movement would be recorded. I laughed and said nice joke!

An action and thought in exile

Zulfiqar Shah (Sindhi ذوالفقار شاہ Hindiजुल्फिकार शाह) is civil rights activist, journalist and writer of Sindhi origin. He was forced by Pakistan Army to unlawfully leave the country and close down The Institute for Social Movements, Pakistan in May 2012. He resettled in Nepal where UNHCR approved him refugee status. In Kathmandu, he started freelancing with the newspapers and websites on the issues of Pakistan particularly concerning Sindh and Balochistan. He was insurrected in his house in Kathmandu and was given heavy metal poison by Pakistani intelligence agency ISI with local facilitation; however he was rescued by the local doctors. He was forced to leave Nepal, thus he left for Pakistan on December 2013. In Pakistan, he again was persecuted and threatened to be killed. He went India for medical treatment on February 11, 2014, where he was not only denied appropriate health treatment on behalf of Pakistan High Commission in Delhi, but also was harassed by the high commission officials. He, along his wife Fatima Shah, gave a protest sit-in for 285 days near Indian Parliament house against Pakistan High Commission and its facilitation by the Indian authorities. Read more on Wikipedia

Zulfiqar from Sindh to India

Recent Writings

A chronology of persecution in Pakistan, Nepal and India

Notes from the Protest Camp in Delhi, India

An involuntary closed down institute

The Institute for Social Movements, Pakistan (ISM) was involuntary closed through the forced by the Pakistan's military establishment on May 29, 2012. Here is a brief about ISM. Click to read

Human rights in Sindh, Pakistan

Religious minorities rights in Pakistan

Pakistan dumping N-waste at Sindh-Balochistan border

Pakistan has been dumping nuclear waste at the Kirthar ranges adjacent to Khuzdar district of Balochistan. Earlier the dumping used to take place in Arabian Sea near and around the Bay of Son Miyani (close to Balochistan coastline) in Lasbela district and parts of Ketch Makran district of the Sindh.

Pakistan dumps nuke waste at Sindh-Baloch border

Pakistan has been dumping nuclear waste at the Kirthar ranges adjacent to Khuzdar district of Balochistan. Earlier the dumping used to take place   in Arabian Sea near and around the Bay of Son Miyani (close to Balochistan coastline) in Lasbela district and parts of Ketch Makran district of the Sindh. Read in Asian Lite International, UK

2014: Candle light tribute to Sorihya Badshah

Undivided India's forgotten freedom war leader Sorihya Badshah and his martyred fellow fighters were paid candle light tribute in Delhi on the occasion of Freedom Martyrs Day in India. The event was organized by the refugee activists Zulfiqar Shah, which was also attended by some other Indian activists. Some activists from India and Sindhi refugees paid homage and tribute to the Pir Pagara Sorihya Badshah yesterday, on 30 January 2014. Soriah Badshah, who was a comrade of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Commander of Hur Force, waged war against British Raj in India during the SecondWorld War. Click to read in Merinews

2013: Sindhi-Hindu refugees protest outside UN in India

On the occasion of World Human Rights Day, Hindu refugees from Sindh staged a protest outside the United Nations’ Information Office at Lodhi Estate here on Tuesday demanding cancellation of Pakistan’s membership from the international body on the grounds that Hindus were being persecuted there. Led by Swami Omji, the protest was against victimisation of Hindus by the State-sponsored actors in Sindh province of Pakistan. The delegation of refugees comprising journalist-cum-activist Zulfiqar Shah met the UN Country Representative and submitted a memorandum of demands addressed to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Click to read in The Hindu

Away from home, dreaming of freedom

For Fatima Siyal Shah, a Pakistani Sindhi refugee in , her husband Zulfiqar Shah is the world. “Often, I wish I could go back to my land but then I look at him and think, what he would do without me,” she says. Sitting cross-legged on a borrowed bed and assembled bedding in a small dingy room in ’s Sultanpuri, she talks about missing her family in but cannot think of going back. “My conscience doesn’t allow me to leave him,” she says.

Living in exile in India, this Pakistani couple prays for a free Sindh and Balochistan

Life in exile can only be described by those who experience it. Leaving your motherland is not an easy decision, but people are forced by the circumstances to do so. Zulfiqar Siyal Shah and his wife Fatima Siyal Shahis, a Pakistani couple from Dadu district of Sindh province, now stay in a two-room squalid in North West Delhi's Sultanpuri area. No, its not a choice that they made, they were forced to leave their country for raising voice against injustice done to the people. Read in Indiatimes

In exile in India, Pakistan couple dream of independent Sindh

Zulfiqar Shah, 39, in his small, dingy room in New Delhi, India, is hoping against hope that Pakistan's Sindh province will be free one day. Living in New Delhi, thousands of kilometres away from his home in Pakistan, life has come to a standstill for him. He has no friends or relatives to visit, no one to socialise with, life for him means waiting for another day to pass. Read on Wionews

पाकिस्तानी हिंदुओं का सबसे बड़ा मसीहा है ये मुसलमान

2009: Sindh Peasants Long March

Sindh Peasants Long March for Land Reforms(February 15 – 26, 2009), was a mass long walk of 350 kilometers by beyond 30000 peasants and rural worker women and men carried for over 12 days formHyderabad to Sindh Assembly building Karachi, Sindh. The march was organized to seek amendments in the Sindh Tenancy Act that was also legislated after thousands of peasants gathering in front of Sindh Assembly building Karachi in 1950 led by late Comrade Hyder Bux jatoi, a stalwart peasants leader of Pakistan. Details on Wikipedia

2011: Movement against religious extremism

HYDERABAD, Nov 14: A large number of civil society and political activists took out a procession here on Monday to condemn the killing of three Hindus in Chak village of Shikarpur district last week. Read more on Daily Dawn

2009: Sindh Peasants Long March

2009: Sindh Peasants Long March

Birds without tree!

Scarlet of the dancing girl is about to set off,
Jesus! Why don’t you wake up in me?

A river that has curve at daunting peaks,
Will submerge one day with heavens at the Sea. 

O love, your venom is a fogy mystery,
That always insurrects the hamlet of the Jogi.

They say, storms always divert doves to the stranger lands;
Forgetting that winds happen to be colorless,
And sky always courteous to birds without tree!

(By Zulfiqar Shah)

Untold: What has happened with us in India since October 2013

Apolitical blog February 2014: Existence of life on the other planets

Blog: Possible reasons behind Bilawal Bhutto’s Kashmir mantra

Protest fasting and observing silence

An encounter with Pakistan Army

April 7, 2012. Left Hyderabad (Sindh) early morning for Rato Dero in Larkana to join funeral of Jeay Sindh Qomi Mahaz (JSQM) Chairperson martyr Bashir Khan Qureshi.

Questions without Answers

I have some serious questions concerning our years long persecution (2007-2015 in Pakistan, Nepal and India) particularly during 2011-2015. I know, none is there to reply these questions, yet asking questions is a matter of high importance:

Drink party in Madersha, Lashkar-e-Tayyaba and more

There are so many incidents I encountered during the years long persecution, which in fact has not yet ended.  

Thank-you Indians!

The Indians who supported my out-rightly during my persecution in Delhi!

Unforgettable Nepalis

How some Nepalis saved my life in Kathmandu? 

A twist in persecution: light notes on my life in India

Dirty tricks of persecution – a brief

The nightmare is not over yet. I have been continuously abused in the area I am living in.

Making of an Idiot!

Humans fall apart. Wise cannot exist. Idiots rein everywhere.

What happened? Fatima asked. I told her a story around me. The story was an organized and systematic attempt to make me an idiot. Why they want to make you an Idiot? She cried. One million dollar question, I replied.

Nuclear bomb and my persecutors

There are some questions in my mind. I don’t have answers. I am just in search of them.

Conversations and Controversies

I have undergone miseries. I am in the eye of storm. There are so many things, controversies and disclosures, which yet I have to make public.