6th Annual Workshop of Quetta Online Held

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Yahya Reki
Quetta: 6th Annual workshop of Quetta Online was held in the form of a one day training workshop on the theme of “Positive use of Social media” at Balochistan Boys Scouts Headquarters, on Sunday.
Volunteers of Quetta Online from Quetta and other districts of Balochistan participated in program.
Miss Sehrish Volunteer Quetta Online said that Women contributes 52% population of Pakistan. If a women can deal the matters of a single family than she can also deal with the matters of the universe.
We have to come out from homes, combine shoulders with man for a positive change in our society. It needs to work with enthusiasm to promote education in our society. There must be hurdles for women to come out and work with man, but try not to stop development work just keep continue struggle till victory.

A  Presentation about internship and full bright exchange scholarship program was presented in the workshop in which participants showed interest.
Youth of Balochistan is very energetic and have ability to grab foreign scholarship programs, but due to lack of information we cannot access such golden opportunities.
Mr. Atta-Ur-Rehman also gave a presentation about eradication of extremism in line with Islamic point. He told that, Islam gives us message of peace, tolerance and self-respect. It is our duty to give respect other religions. Islam allows no one to kill a single person. The man whom killed a single person, he killed the humanity. Islam is an umbrella of safety for minorities and all people. It doesn’t allow anyone to kill a children, women and a person with disabilities while in a fight.
Zia Khan Founder Quetta Online said that nothing is impossible in the world. I am doing such difficult works having with disabilities than you can also do it with ease.
Mr. Zia further added Youth needs a right direction and path of work to serve with energy. Let’s come on and start struggle. Lead the community towards a bright future, he lamented.
In the end of program Zia Khan and others distributed certificates among volunteers.
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