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Youth asked to launch organized struggle against govt’s incompetence, injustice and mal-admin

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The Amun Taraqqi Party (ATP) Chairman, Muhammad Faiq Shah has said the youth is major source for country development and progress, which are fully capable to bring positive change through their abilities and skills.

Faiq Shah while speaking to a delegation of youth at the party’s central secretariat here on Sunday called upon the youth from all federating units to initiate an organized struggle against the government’s incompetence, injustice and mal-administration to give humiliating defeat to oppressive segment of the society.

ATP chairman opined that the country, like Pakistan having abundant and rich natural resources cannot be remained underprivileged and backward.

However, he stressed the need of adopting appropriate planning and patriotism in this regard. He observed the country’s youth are patriotic, which have full zeal of capabilities, adding the ATP real asset is youth.

Since the inception of Pakistan as independence state, Faiq Shah said the youth belonging from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Sindh, Baluchistan, Gilgit Baltistan, Kashmir had been divided by specific group of opportunist for their personal benefits as they knew well that if the youth would unite then their franchises for personal gains will be closed forever.

The party chairman said they (rulers) are trying to spoil and vanish youth capabilities by making them as jobseeker and bread winner, which another weak attempt to create regional bias and inheritance among them as our foe can also try to launch conspiracy against the country.

He vowed the ATP will bring revolution by uniting youth of all federating units under single platform, which it had proposed as BWH – Board of Wisdom and Honesty. He said if the country’s youth would unite then no force or natural calamity can stop their way of success.

He reiterated that his party will continue struggle for all segments of the society.

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