This study focuses on the causes and consequences of tribal clashes in District Ghotki in Sindh province of Pakistan. Ghotki is a semi-tribal area controlled and dominated by powerful and influential feudals, where tribal feuds on land, women and property among caste groups, ethnic groups and tribal groups are very much common. The tribal clashes which remained much more in upper or north Sindh due to the influence of different tribes. The purpose of this study is to assess the prevalence and nature of tribal clashes and the role of Sardaars in dealing with such clashes. The aim is to assess the impact of tribal clashes on the victim of clashes’ person, family, community and group.
Aijaz Ali Wassan, Shamim Soomro, Farah Lalani, Rafique Chandio. (2012) Tribal Clashes In Sindh On Women And Property: Focused Area District Ghotki, The Women - Annual Research Journal of Gender Studies, Volume-04, Issue-1.