KARACHI  - “We can die but can’t give Sindh to others, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari posted a massage on twitter on Friday shortly after MQM chief Altaf Hussain said a separate province should be constituted in Sindh for Urdu-speaking community to address their woes.The PPP chief also responded to his critics and said, “If my tweets freak you out, wait and see what I can do in the Parliament.” Bilawal said they are ready to die, but are not prepared to share Sindh with anyone. Bilawal conveyed a clear message to Altaf Hussain, while responding to his demand of dividing Sindh, by writing a popular slogan of Sindh, “Marsoon Marsoon Par Sindh Nan Desoon” (We will like to die repeatedly, but won’t give Sindh to anyone).Altaf Hussain responded to Bilawal’s tweet immediately: “Mr Bilawal, we know your sentiments, we are good boys, not bad boys; you are my nephew. I advise you to think several times before you speak. Like you, we are also humans and have sentiments. It is my suggestion as an uncle to you and I don’t want to talk to you on this matter because I can talk to your father instead. You are my nephew, behave like a nephew, Asifa is my niece, Bakhtawar is my niece and I respect you all, but this division must come to an end. It depends on you how you solve the problem.”

This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 04-Jan-2014 here.