KARACHI - Provincial ministers and members of Sindh Assembly of ruling PPP have warned the nationalist parties to protest peacefully and advised them to avoid throwing bangles on the houses of the PPP ministers and MPAs.In a joint statement issued from provincial information department of Sindh, provincial minister for excise department Mukesh Kumar Chawla, minister for minorities affairs’ department Dr Mohan Lal Kohistani, minister for housing Agha Taimur Pathan, MPAs Imdad Pitafi, Imran Zafar Leghari, Fayaz Butt, Nasrullah Baloch and others while condemning the act of throwing bangles on the houses of the PPP ministers and leaders warned them not to cross the limits while staging the protests.In a harsh tone, the PPP ministers and MPAs warned the nationalist parties if they continued their unethical way of protests then PPP would not stop their ‘Jiyalas’ as houses of the nationalist leaders are not hidden from them.They further warned that the nationalist should stop threatening to the PPP as those who are opposing the Local Government Bill 2012 are doing nothing but politics. The aim behind this opposition is only point scoring and misleading the masses.  The PPP ministers and MPAs added that so-called nationalists have given nothing for the people of Sindh yet. They said that during three years in severe rains and devastating floods, not a single nationalist was seen in serving the masses. The PPP leaders alleged that these nationalists introduced Kalashnikov culture, extortions and kidnapping for ransom in educational institutions of Sindh, adding that PPP will not let the Sindh at the mercy of nationalists who did nothing for the people.They alleged that the so-called nationalists were provoking people and giving the concept that Sindh was being divided and two parallel systems were being adopted in Sindh, adding that the local government system 2012 was a uniform system for the entire province. Mayors and District Councils Chairmen have got equal powers. Pakistan People’s Party could never think of dividing Sindh. It knew how to defend every inch of Sindh. People know the past of those who are opposing the Local Government Bill 2012, they said.The PPP leaders alleged that nationalists always remained silent during the dictatorial regimes but whenever the PPP come in the power, nationalists come out and start protests to misguide the people.