KARACHI: (Press Release) Flag Unveiling of the National Students Federation, National Women Front, and National Workers Front Gilgit Baltistan (Sindh Zone) and the swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected cabinet was held in Karachi on the occasion of Gilgit Baltistan political, and social Representatives of various right-wing parties across the region held a dialogue on possible commonalities in the struggle of right-wing circles on the economic future. Meanwhile, the eighth cabinet of the National Students Federation Gilgit-Baltistan Sindh zone and the first cabinet of the National Workers Front Sindh zone took the oath.
On behalf of NSF Sindh Zone, Azharuddin is President, Atiya Ali is Vice President, Didar Ali is General Secretary, Liaqat Ali and Karim Khan as Education and Training Secretary, Daniyal Alam is Arts and Culture Secretary, Akash Ali is Finance Secretary, Minhas Qayyum as Media Secretary. and Information and Moinuddin took oath as Secretary Event Management. Ghazala Ali was elected as the representative of the Central Executive Committee by NSF Sindh Zone.
Basharat Hussain Mahdavi is the President of National Workers Front Sindh Zone, while Karima Baig is Vice President, Anmul Al Karimi General Secretary, Ismail Khan is the Secretary of Education and Training, Tariq Ali is Joint Secretary, Rais Shah is Secretary of Finance, Arifa Latif is Women Secretary, Sherzad Wali.
Event Management Secretary and Habib Mazahir took the oath of office as Arts and Culture Secretary. Ali Ahmad Jan was chosen as the representative of the Central Executive Committee by the Secretary of Media and Information and NWF Sindh Zone. National Workers Front Gilgit-Baltistan Central Organizer Inayat Baig took the oath of the newly elected cabinet and the building, and structure, Informing the attendees about the importance and future plans. He said that the only alternative to get rid of the ongoing colonial oppression in Gilgit-Baltistan is the youth of the region and the third political alternative consisting of youth leadership has now become inevitable.
He also discussed in detail the National Front’s ideology of “progressive patriotism” and referring to the analytical paper written by the National Front, he said that the youth should contribute to the construction of this new revolutionary force and be a part of the National Front. In their address, the newly elected presidents reiterated their determination that the organization would be the frontline of the struggle for the basic human rights of the people of Gilgit-Baltistan. They added that the youth were looking for a new political alternative and They have got an excellent platform in the form of the National Front.
The flag of the National Front was also formally unveiled at the event. The flag consists of black, red, and sky blue colors with a white North Pole star in the middle. was held in a regular ceremony and a briefing was given on the colors of the flag, its components, and their meaning and philosophy. In the third part of the ceremony, various right-wing parties of the region Balawaristan National Students Organization, Karakoram Students Organization, Jammu and Kashmir Students Liberation Front, The representatives of Baltistan Students Federation, All Baltistan Moment, and others in the panel discussion Gilgit Discussed in detail the possible practical commonalities on the political, social and economic future of Baltasar.
The speakers appreciated the formation and consistency of the National Front and congratulated the newly elected cabinet. The speakers said that there is a need to bridge the gaps in the political struggle of Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir through credible measures.
The speakers strongly condemned the nefarious attempts to grab the lands of the local population and occupy the resources in the name of the Khalsa government in Gilgit-Baltistan and warned the government that the results of such oppressive measures cannot be better in any case.
The land and resources of Gilgit-Baltistan will have to be recognized sooner or later by the right of each local Pashtun population. 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.