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Youth Programme in Balochistan
Balochistan government Amanuallah Khan Yasinzai has said that involving the youth in all socioeconomic activities and making them part of policy making is the need of the hour.
He wants to assure that this Programme will create opportunities for students of backward areas. They are our assets and we must benefit from their knowledge for development of the province Mr Yasinzai said.
The governor said though this Programme initially the youths of districts would be enabled to realise their dreams. Chief Executive of Individual land Gulmina Bilal Ahmed said that Today marks a historic day for the youths of Balochistan. CEO of Balochistan Rural Support Programme Nadir Gul Barech, Former senator Saifullah Khan Magsi, Vice Chancellors of the Universities, Officials Concerned and a large number of students were also present at the Launching ceremony. The purpose of this meeting to highlight the students. Therefore, I request the Government to give more opportunities to students. They should be motivate from the Balochistan. –Majid Fazal, Kech
Local buses
Despite being the second largest and one of the most developed cities of Balochistan, Turbat lacks local buses. One cannot find a single local bus in Turbat which could ease the transport for public. Neither are there any rickshaws nor any taxis. This is major concern for poors as they cannot afford to have their own vehicle. The authorities are requested to look after this issue. -Afroz MJ Kech

Unsafe journalists

A journalist is a person who works in journalism to report the news. They may work on their own or for a newspaper, a radio or television programme. There are different kinds of journalists. A reporter is a type of journalist who researches, writes, and reports information.
But it is heartbreaking that a Pakistan is a country were the journalist are not save .At least 138 journalists have been killed in Pakistan since 1990, according to the International Federation of Journalists (ICJ).According to the White Paper, in the Indian sub-continent,the murders of journalists in pakistan are (138) and In India (116) have feature almost every year in the killed list since 1990, making up to 40 percent of the total death in the asia pacific region In 2020, the IFJ has recorded 42 killings of journalists (49 in 2019) and media is been so far in targeted attacks in bomb blast and crossed fired ..This year, four Pakistani journalists Aziz Menon, Javedullah Khan, Anwar Jan,Shah Jan,Shaheena Shaheen — lost their lives.
By these act we can easily say that the journalist are not save . They shows the real country or talk about injustice action but unfortunately they are kidnapped and in the end they r killed injusticely. -Salma Anwar Turbat

 

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