23.08.2012 He said that BashirKhan Qureshi had been a brave man of the Sindhi soil, and that the viscera of his body had been sent to a foreign country for examination, and after the report further investigations in this case would be ...
22.06.2012 ... given His book, the Quran, and has ordered us to follow the path described in the book for success in this world as well as in hereafter.” Among others who spoke on the occasion include Gulzar Ahmad and BashirQureshi.
Bashir Ahmed Qureshi (10 August 1959 – 7 April 2012;) was a Sindhi politician who served as the leader of Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz (JSQM), a Sindhi nationalist movement in Sindh founded by G. M. Syed, "Jeay Sindh" movement.
21.09.2012 [Frontier Post] - Ms. Ghanwa Bhutto, widow of Shaheed Mir Murtaza Bhutto, paid rich tribute to late BashirKhan Qureshi, the chairman of Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz, for his struggle and sacrifice of life against the conspiracy of dividing Sindh, which has been hatched under
14.09.2012 [The News International] - ... against me, but I was taken away twice and then release without any charges framed against me,” he informed the visiting delegations. The JSQM leaders also discussed the mysterious death of the founder of the nationalist party BashirKhan Qureshi.
10.09.2012 [The Express Tribune] - While talking to The Express Tribune, 19-year-old Sunan said that he had no plans of joining politics. “My father wanted me to study,” he said trying to impersonate his father's booming voice. “I will try to make sure that my father's dreams come true