A senior council delegation of Sindhi community under the Sindhu Education Welfare Association (SEWA) met former union minister Ram Jethmalani and presented a memorandum containing their charter of demands.
According to the delegation spokesman, the main demands of the community include efforts to revive the almost extinct Sindhi language and granting of Indian citizenship to the otherwise refugee status of the community in the country.
They also demanded Pattas for the recently displaced Sindhi residents.
SEWA president Durgesh Keswani informed the former minister there was need for a Sindhi Welfare Commission
& he should initiate a dialogue in the regard with the president and prime minister.
Jethmalani assured the community delegation to take up the works on priority.
The delegation included Sabumal Rijhwani, Pravin Premchandani, Vasudev Gulani, Ashok Chhabadia, Sourabha Gangaramani, Deepak Khemani and others.