July 22, 2019 SAPAC is pleased to announce that a congressional letter, initiated and signed by Congressman Brad Sherman, the founder of the Sindh Caucus and senior member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, was sent to President Trump prior to the arrival of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. This is the first time that ten Read more about 10 US lawmakers sign congressional letter given to President Trump before arrival of PM Imran Khan[…]
March 15, 2019 Members of the Congressional Sindh Caucus have signed and written a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urging the Secretary to raise Sindh issues directly with the Pakistani government and to insist the that the government bring justice to Irshad Ranjhani, a Sindh activist who was publicly killed by an influential Read more about Sindh Caucus members write to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo regarding murder of Sindh activist Irshad Ranjhani[…]
October 1, 2018 Members of the Congressional Sindh Caucus have signed and sent a letter to Secretary Pompeo regarding human rights abuses and the Sindh water crisis. The letter urges the Secretary to raise these issues with Foreign Minister Qureshi and to encourage Pakistan to make efforts to strengthen its human rights record and alleviate Read more about Sindh Caucus members send letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on human rights abuses and dam construction in Sindh[…]
July 19th, 2018 Congressman Brad Sherman’s letter to US Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom regarding the inhumane treatment of religious minorities in Sindh. This includes human rights violations such as forced conversions, extrajudicial killings, and enforced disappearances.
August 17, 2017 Congressman Brad Sherman, founder of the Sindh Caucus, Members of the Sindh Caucus, and other Members of Congress have written to the U.S. Ambassador for Pakistan detailing human rights abuses occurring in Sindh. They urge the Ambassador to work with the Pakistani President to release those enforceably disappeared, stop forced conversion, and Read more about Sindh Caucus and members of Congress write to U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan over concerns of human rights violations[…]
November 15, 2016 SAPAC has sent a letter to President-elect Donald Trump urging cooperation and support for Sindh issues, including human rights abuses and state-sponsored terrorism, during his time in office. The letter is attached below.
October 31, 2015 A congressional report about Sindh was created that details the demographic, political, cultural, and humanitarian issues in Sindh. The 18-page document required significant research and includes numerous graphics and statistics. To view or download the document, see the file attached below.
April 10, 2014 President of SAPAC, Dr. Maqbool Halepota, receives a follow-up letter regarding issues in Sindh. The U.S. Ambassador for Pakistan states they will continue to work with the Pakistani government to resolve the issue drought and make efforts to end religious inequalities in Sindh. The letter is attached below.
October 22, 2013 Congressman Brad Sherman, founder of the Sindh Caucus, has written and sent a letter to Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif. In the letter, Representative Sherman raises the issue of human rights abuses in Sindh. The letter urges the PM to fight religious extremism and intolerance, end forced disappearances, and promote religious freedom in Read more about Rep. Sherman sends letter to Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif on human rights abuses in Sindh[…]
June 12, 2013 Members of the Congressional Sindh Caucus have written and signed a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry to request that a version of the U.S. Consulate in Karachi be made in the Sindhi language. UPDATE–2015 From this action a new version of the Karachi Consulate’s website has been created entirely in Read more about Sindh Caucus members send letter to Secretary of State John Kerry on Karachi consulate website[…]