KARACHI - The Pakistan Muslim League-Functional and nationalist parties of the province have called for shutter-down and wheel-jam strike on November 30 against the local government law and alleged insulting behavior of PPP ministers towards female members of opposition during last session of Sindh Assembly.The chief of PML-F Pir Sibghatullah Shah Rashdi Pir Pagara has given call of protests and to observe black day for November 30.  ANP, PML-N, Jamaat-e-Islami, JUI-F, Sunni Tehreek and other political parties have also supported the shutter-down call of nationalist parties and PML-F against the local govt law.Convener of Sindh Save Committee and chief of Sindh United Party Syed Jalal Mehmood Shah while addressing a press conference at his residence Haider Manzil appealed the people of Sindh to observed complete shutter-down strike against controversial local government law, which is against the integrity of the province.Meanwhile, the PML-F general secretary of Sindh Imtiaz Ahmed Shaikh on Thursday met with the office bearers of Oil Tankers Association, who announced their support not to bring the tankers on the roads on November 30. Later, PML-F leader Imtiaz Shaikh also met with the chief of Sunni Tehreek Sarwat Aijaz Qadri, who also announced his support for today’s shutter-down and wheel-jam strike.Meanwhile, Sindh Local Government Minister Agha Siraj Durrani has said the proposed high density zone of Sindh Building Control Authority in Karachi would soon dot the skyline of the city with skyscrapers and make it a modern metropolis.He shared these views during a meeting to discuss a multi-stories project at SBCA Headquarter, on Thursday. The proposed 32-storied building would be erected on plot number 22/4 Civil Lines-9, Karachi in Saddar Town and introduce the culture of skyscrapers in the city.Durrani said construction was an important sector of economy. He said building of skyscrapers in Karachi would help in boosting the local economy and create immense job opportunities.PPP MOST ‘POPULAR’ PARTY: Sindh Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ayaz Soomro said Pakistan People’s Party was the most popular democratic party in the country. He said here the other day that the foundation day of the PPP would be marked on November 30 in a befitting manner. The minister further stated that the past of PPP is before everyone and that it had faced the dictators and that the leadership and the workers of the PPP rendered sacrifices for the cause of democracy in the country. He rejected the detractors and said that they should first look into their past before coming up with any criticism on the PPP. Soomro said that it was not fair on the part of such elements to misguide the people just for the sake of politicking.He stated that instead of resorting to strikes etc, efforts should be made for strengthening the economy of the province as this would help strengthen Sindh as well as Pakistan to make headway.