Jam Saqi

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Jam Saqi (Sindhi: ڃام ساقي) (born October 31, 1944) is a Trotskyist politician from Sindh, Pakistan. He was the general secretary of the Communist Party of Pakistan.[1] Jam Saqi was imprisoned for more than 15 years because of his political activities. He left the Communist Party in 1991 and joined the Pakistan Peoples Party and the Pakistani section of the International Marxist Tendency led by Lal Khan.[2][3]

Jam Saqi is married to Akhtar Sultana.[4]

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  1. ^ Baud, Jan Michiel; Rosanne Adriënne Rutten (2004). Popular Intellectuals and Social Movements: Framing Protest in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Cambridge University Press. p. 81. ISBN 9780521613484. 
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  4. ^ "PAKISTAN: Arrest of activist's wife over fabricated charges — Asian Human Rights Commission". Ahrchk.net. Retrieved 2012-08-09.