KARACHI - Sindh Bachayo Committee (Sindh Save Committee) comprising nationalists and federal political parties have given shutter-down, wheel-jam strike call and ‘black day’ on November 30 (Friday).The strike call was given against the recently-passed Sindh Peoples Local Government Act 2012 and allegedly insulting behavior of the ruling PPP’s ministers towards the female lawmakers of the opposition parties in last session of the Sindh Assembly.PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif as well as Awami National Party also supported the strike call and appealed to the people of the province to shut their all business activities on November 30.Leaders of the committee after meeting, while addressing a joint press conference at Haider Manzir on Monday, said that protests would continue until withdrawal of the controversial law of local government system.  Convener of the committee and chief of Sindh United Party, Jalal Mehmood Shah chaired the meeting, while ANP’s provincial general secretary Bashir Jan, PML-F’s MPA Nusrat Sehar Abbasi, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s leader Saleem Zia, NPP’s Raheela Tiwana and local leaders of other nationalist parties attended the meeting.“Sindh Bachayo Committee is a struggle, which will continue until the revoking of the controversial local government law,” said Jalal Shah told the press conference, announcing that the Sindh will observe complete shutter-down and wheel-jam strike and ‘black day’ on November 30. He said that PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif also talked with him during the meeting of the committee and condemned the insulting behavior of the PPP ministers with the female members of the PML-F during the last session of Sindh Assembly. He said Nawaz Sharif announced his support for the shutter-down and wheel-jam strike.“We will observe the black day as a peaceful day,” said Jalal Shah to a question when his attention was drawn towards any possible confrontation between the workers of the committee and the ruling party as the Pakistan Peoples Party was celebrating the day as its foundation day when it came into being 46 years back on November 30. It was a coincidence that their protest day and ruling PPP’s founding day are on same day. The ruling Pakistan Peoples Party insulted the mandate of the people of Sindh, he said.PML-F’s MPA Nusrat Sehar Abbasi said that lawmakers of her party would stage protest during address of President Asif Ali Zardari in Sindh Assembly on December 3, saying that President Zardari was unaware of happenings and decisions of his government in the province.“We will inform the President about the derogatory language used by his party’s provincial ministers for the female lawmakers,” PML-F’s MPA added.ANP’s provincial general secretary said that they were part of the Sindh Save Committee, so they would make every effort to get the shutter-down and wheel-jam strike succeeded in Karachi and other parts of the province.  To a question about any possibility of rejoining of the government, ANP’s leader said that if Pakistan Peoples Party government accepted their demand to withdraw or make amendment in the local government law then they will join the ruling coalition as their demands are clear on the issue. There is neither any enmity with the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party nor we are blackmailing them on any issue, the ANP leader declared.