KARACHI - The nationalist parties of Sindh have announced to gear up their struggle against adopting of controversial local government law in Sindh.They also announced to take out rallies, observing of hunger strikes and long marches against the local government law. President of Jeay Sindh Tahreek, Dr Safdar Sarki while addressing a press conference on Tuesday termed the approval of Sindh Peoples Local Government Ordinance into law a conspiracy to trigger discord between Urdu and Sindhi-speaking people.Announcing the schedule of the protests against the controversial local government law, Safdar Sarki said that protest rallies would be taken out all over the Sindh today on October 3. He said that the mass procession would be organised on October 14 in Karachi, inviting the PML-F chief Pir Pagara, NPP chief Ghulam Murtaza Jatoi and other nationalist parties to join the mass rally to show the strength of Sindhis. Sarki announced that his party will start a long-march on foot on November 14 from Jacobabad to Karachi. Criticising the present government, Sarki said that the ruling PPP and MQM, whom he called the traitors of Sindh, had created a province within a province with unequal distribution of powers between mayors of all five metropolitans, as the mayor of Karachi is given extra powers.He added that the people of Sindh will resist this anti-Sindh law till its abrogation which he said had divided Sindh administratively. He called upon Urdu speaking people to raise their voice against the SPLGO, which he called a conspiracy to fan a civil war in the province.He said that PPPP during its tenure had yet to do anything for the admissions of students of rural areas on the merit basis in the universities of the capital city of their province.Meanwhile, addressing a press conference, Amir Bhanbhro chief of Sindh National Party announced that his party will establish hunger strike camp outside the Karachi Press Club from today on October 3 against the controversial local government law.