Karachi: National Students, Women, and Workers Fronts Take Office in Gilgit, Baltistan

Karachi: The unveiling of the National Students Federation, National Women Front, and National Workers Front Gilgit Baltistan (Sindh Zone) was celebrated in Karachi, along with the swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected cabinet.

Karachi: The unveiling of the National Students Federation, National Women Front, and National Workers Front Gilgit Baltistan (Sindh Zone) was celebrated in Karachi, along with the swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected cabinet.

Representatives from various right-wing political parties from the region gathered to discuss their shared goals and possible collaborative strategies to improve the economic future.

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At the same time, the oath ceremony for the eighth cabinet of the National Students Federation Gilgit-Baltistan Sindh zone and the first cabinet of the National Workers Front Sindh zone was held.

The representatives of the NSF Sindh Zone have elected Azharuddin as President, Atiya Ali as Vice President, Didar Ali as General Secretary, Liaqat Ali and Karim Khan as Education and Training Secretary, Daniyal Alam as Arts and Culture Secretary, Akash Ali as Finance Secretary, Minhas Qayyum as Media and Information Secretary, and Moinuddin as Secretary of Event Management. Additionally, Ghazala Ali was chosen to serve as the representative of the Central Executive Committee.

National Workers From Sindh Zone President is Basharat Hussain Mahdavi, and their Vice-President is Karima Baig; Anmul Al Karimi General is a Secretary of Sindh Zone, while the Education and Training Secretary is Ismail Khan, and their Joint secretary is Tariq Ali, Finance Secretary is Rais Shah, Arifa Latif is their Women Secretary.

Habib Mazahir and Event Management Secretary swore in their oaths of office as Arts and Culture Secretary, and Ali Ahmad Jan was selected to be the Central Executive Committee’s representative by the Secretary of Media and Information and Northwest Frontier Province Sindh Zone.

National Workers Front Gilgit-Baltistan Organizer Inayat Baig swore in their oath as a newly elected cabinet, and the building and structure described to the public the importance and future plans.

His speech went as follows: “the youth of the region is only one way to get out of the ongoing colonial oppression in Gilgit-Baltistan, and the third political option consisting of youth leadership has now become inevitable.

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He delved into the notion of “progressive patriotism” that the National Front supports and encouraged the youth to take part in constructing this new revolutionary movement by referring to the analytical paper that the National Front published.

In his recent address, he repeated his determination that the organization might be at the frontline of the struggle for the basic human rights of the people of Gilgit-Baltistan. He also said that the youngsters are looking for a new political alternative, and they also got a platform on the National front.

The speaker of the event hailed the formation and consistency of the National Front and also felicitated the newly elected cabinet. The speaker stated, “there is a need to bridge the gaps in the political struggle of Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir through credible measures.

The speakers harshly criticized the underhanded attempts to seize the lands of the inhabitants of Gilgit-Baltistan and take advantage of their resources in the name of the Khalsa government and cautioned the administration that these oppressive tactics will not have a positive outcome.

Every local of Pashtun population needs to recognize the land and resources of Gilgit-Baltistan sooner or later by the right . The speakers invited the youth of Gilgit-Baltistan living in different cities of Pakistan to think about redressing the deprivations of the region along with their education and employment.

The inhabitants of Gilgit-Baltistan must be acknowledged due to the fact that they are local Pashtun people. The speakers urged the young people of the Gilgit-Baltistan area who are now living in various parts of Pakistan to address the disadvantages their area is suffering from in addition to pursuing their education and employment.