May 1: Every Day is Labor Day

Posted on May 1, 2007
Filed Under >Adil Najam, About ATP, Economy & Development, Society
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Adil Najam

Tou qadir-e-mutlaq hai, magar tairay jahaN meiN
HaiN talkh bohat banda-e-mazdoor kay auqaat
Iqbal

Rural Worker Northern Pakistan

19 responses to “May 1: Every Day is Labor Day”

  1. Rafay Kashmiri says:

    IQBAL is IQBAL, comparing with even first letter of any
    shair, is an insult, by the way he was not at all a communiste
    socialiste because of 1st May labor day kermess.

  2. DR says:

    Thank you for your continued coverage of this important issue. Truly we worry too much about things like religion and not enough about the lives of people. I am glad that this site continues to bring up these issues of humanity and sorry that people here keep turning everything into fight on religion

  3. Eidee Man says:

    [quote comment=”45996″]
    The poor can take neither conventional “politics” nor conventional “religion” very seriously.

    None of these things are meant for them. These things are the pursuits of the privileged.
    [/quote]

    Actually, religion is supposed to liberate the poor and bring them on an even playing field. Now, if we have done such a terrible job of implementing that, we cannot blame religion for that.

    Btw guys, this is off-topic, but can anyone refer me to a good travel agent in the US? :)

  4. Karachvi says:

    O people of Pakistan. Get rid of the feudal lords , get rid of the colonial provincial boundaries which are used by feudals to strengthen their stranglehold and accord some respect to the tiny middle-class which keeps the corrupt feudal politicians, bureaucrats and Generals with its hard-earned taxes…

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