Labour day

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - AIMEN FA­TIMA

Labour day is cel­e­brated all over the world. It makes us feel the pain of child labour that is suf­fered by in­no­cent chil­dren who go through it on daily ba­sis.

Our gov­ern­ment should work on it and chil­dren should be send to school as their stud­ies are more nec­es­sary. Par­ents kindly sup­port kids for ed­u­ca­tion. — Via email


May 01 is cel­e­brated yearly in all over the world as Labour Day. The ef­forts and ex­er­tion of labour­ers are enor­mously vi­tal as well praise­wor­thy for the de­vel­op­ment of a na­tion.

Fur­ther­more, they work hard to earn their liv­ings. More­over, an hon­est labour is a friend of Al­lah. Un­for­tu­nately, labour­ers are com­pletely ne­glected by the gov­ern­ment and by the so­ci­ety. How­ever, on 1st May I wish all Pak­ista­nis labour­ers a happy day in or­der to mo­ti­vate them for their fu­ture. — Tur­bat, Balochis­tan

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