Ghizar Youth and Professionals meet in Hyderabad

Hyderabad— An important meeting of youth and professionals from Ghizar District took place at a local library here in Hyderabad. The meeting was presided over by Noor Akbar, President Middle Punial Youth and Professionals Association (MPYPA). 

Students and professionals of Gupis, Ishkoman and Punial Tehsils of Ghizar— based at Hyderabad — attended the meeting.  Participants included Arman Shah (Community leader), Masood Alam ( Program Officer AKEPB Sindh) , Niat Amin (Student Sindh University) , Arif Hussain (Student Sindh University) , Manzoor Alam (Student) , Akbar Hussain( Student Sindh Univerty), Muhammad Anwar (Student of Civil Eng.), Gazanfar Rajo (student), Karim ,Kamran (student) Sher Ahamd,(Officer SBL), Salman (student). 

It was decided that a session on ‘’Problems and challenges faced by Ghizar Youth and their Solutions‘’ will be organized on coming Sunday, January 27, 2013 in Hyderabad.

Students and Professionals based at Hyderabad will also share their point-of-view in the session— regarding establishment of a youth and professionals driven organization to tackle the challenges.

The session is promised not to be dry as participants will be entertained with cultural performances such as traditional dance, singing and short plays in local languages. Families will also be invited to the program. 

The program will be an opportunity to address challenges faced by youth and to provide an entertainment to the home-away families of Ghizar District.  Families of Ghizar hardly find programs characterized by cultural and traditional taste.

The meeting was held as a result of the efforts made by the MPYPA members in Hyderabad, Sindh. Participants appreciated the role that MPYPA is playing for the development of youth and assured their support in its positive activities.

Noor Akbar has contributed to this story from Hydarabad, Sindh

Photo Credits: 

Noor Akbar © 2013

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