Mr. Jam Ikramullah Khan
Mr. Ghulam Mustafa Phul
The Cooperative Movement in the
Sindh Province dates back to early Twentieth
Century when the COOPERATIVE ACT of 1904
ACT Objective :
To setup primary Credit
Cooperatives, which could rescue the
Agriculturists from the clutches of
ACT Amendments :
Soon it was felt that credit was not only the
need of farmers, but the other aspect of social
and economic life too, required application of
Cooperative Societies Act 1912
promulgated in the Indo/Pak subcontinent
extending its application to all kinds of
economic activities. It resulted in organizing
different types of societies in the field of
agriculture, housing fisheries, industry and
trade.Cooperative Societies Act 1925
was enacted at the time when, the areas forming
parts of Sindh were governed under the Bombay
Presidency. This Legislation has been amended
from time to time and still operative throughout
the Sindh Province.
Kind of Cooperative Societies in Sindh.
Registrations of 158 dormant
Cooperative Societies of Karachi has been
cancelled after observing all formalities.
Cancellation of Registration of other dormant
Societies is in progress.
Multipurpose, Marketing, Credit,
Educational, Ladies, Maintenance, Consumer /
Producers & Fisheries Cooperative Societies.