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Today, Sindh has the highest rate of landlessness in Pakistan.

Studies conducted by reputable agencies like the Asian Development Bank (ADB) reveal that Pakistan has a large rural-urban gap in terms of social and economic indicators of development.Skewed landownership and exploitative production practices remain significant factors in perpetuating this lackluster agricultural performance.The phenomenon of bonded labour is perhaps the most glaring example of prevailing exploitations within agriculture.At the onset however, it must be realised that this issue of bonded or forced labour is both highly politicised as well as being prone to concealment in all the four provinces of Pakistan.Until the late 1990s in particular, no one seemed to pay any heed to this issue despite that fact that Pakistan had ratified International Labour Organizations (ILO) Conventions against forced labour since the 1960′s.

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