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JI Karachi Chief Announces Bano Qabil Programme’s Entry Test for Girls

Ji Karachi Boss Announces Bano Qabil Programme’s Entry Test for Girls

JI Karachi leader announce Bano Qabil program IT entrance exam on Dec.

At a convention, Bano Qabil program for working women hosted by the National Labor Federation today at the JI Karachi headquarters, Idara Noor-e-Haq, Naeem ur Rehman made the statement. Women who work in offices and factories made up a sizable portion of the convention attendees. Other speakers at the gathering were JI leaders Osama Razi, Khalid Khan, Naseem Rana, and others.

If elected, Hafiz Naeem ur Rehman, the JI mayor, has committed to solving the difficulties facing the four million working women in the city. He has stated that working women require much more than seminars and simple words. The JI chief made these remarks on Sunday at a conference for working women hosted by the National Labor Federation at Idara Noor-e-Haq, the JI Karachi headquarters.

Speaking at the event, he noted that Karachi’s four million working women already make a considerable economic contribution to the city. He continued by saying that working women have a lot of difficulties, such as low pay and transportation challenges. He emphasized how the ruling regime lacked the political will to address the issue of these women. Naeem ur Rehman argued that holding seminars and merely spreading a story are ineffective because these women require concrete government action.

He reaffirmed his promise that if JI won the mayor’s race in Karachi, he would address the concerns of working women and push for a transportation system specifically for them. He stated that it is sad that the ruling parties, who make a big deal about women’s rights, have been trampling on the rights of working women themselves.

Hafiz Naeem Asked

Hafiz Naeem asked the women to join the rights movement and continued by saying that the Karachi Rights Movement was founded to protect the rights of the city and its residents. According to him, the JI’s action will further engage the PPP administration in Sindh and guarantee that citizens’ rights, including an elected local government in the city, are secured.

According to the JI head, the party started the Bano Qabil programme for the city’s youngsters. Male candidates took an entry test in the first phase, while female candidates will take another entry test on December 4 in the second phase.

He added that as part of the program, women will be given information technology training and that afterward, home-based employment options will be set up for the female candidates who succeed.

He added that a large portion of the labor in the nation is made up of the more than 17 million women who live there. The absence of educational possibilities for women in the public sector was another issue he brought up, and he promised to make sure that every woman and kid had access to school.

Thousands of young people from all across the city participated in an aptitude test on October 19 at Bagh-e-Jinnah Ground for the Bano Qabil programme, a project started by Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) for IT skill-based training.


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