It was my first solo show at Radio Buraq 104 FM and it was a cool start for me. Yeah as a new RJ, I was a bit shy at start yet curious to know what listeners would feel about my program, so I got a good welcome from the callers who called and liked the program. The program was Titled Youth Zone and its duration was 2 hours from 3:00 Pm to 5:00 PM. So I had chit chat with off air callers and discussed the topic of the day that was “Brain Drain“, and this topic was concerned with theproblem of Brans being migrated to outside the country.
A guy, Faisal from Balakot called and Sent gretings to all listeners and he always replied my question with “Yes Sir“, so I asked him “Are you crazy and can’t he say something else than Yes Sir”, afterall this word is used mostly for teachers among the young school going kids and do you know what he Replied ..yeah he said “Yes Sir“. So this was “Mr Yes Sir” from Balakot. Anyhow this kid was good and jolly and I wish I could talk to him on air but he was the very first caller and program’s format didn’t allow me to do so. Afterall I had to follow the format of the program.
I discussed the reasons with the callers and a few callers like Taqwa from Mansehra and Tariq Tanoli (who is a teacher) from Sherwan (A village of Abboattabad) called and shared their ideas and elaborated the topic very clearly with solid reasons.
Takwa said welcome to me as it was my very first SOLO show and said that “Its a problem with psycology of our students that when they study and take their all primary education from Pakistan and move abroad, they live there and accomodate themsleves in the culture of the west and by the time they pass out with their degrees in hands, their minds get changed completely and they are overwhelmed with the belief that they have become “Something Bombastic” and Pakistan is no more a place to live for them. So its mainly a problem with the way they think. Not a problem with our beloved country Pakistan.”
Tariq Tanoli (who is a teacher) , shared his ideas on the very topic and said that there are two main reasons for the people moving abroad and not getting back home to stay at their own place, their dear homeland Pakistan. The reasons he menioned were
- Financial Reasons:
The financial reasons as he elaborated are the main cause of people moving from their homeland. Guys want to support their families and therefore, for earnign a better living, they prefer to go outside the country for a better job hunt. He said that they can’t even earn their proper living here thats why they move outside Pakistan.
- For studies:
He said that people go outside the country to Europe or America for studies and better opportunities.
So this was something about the program today. I started with Yousaf Islams “Give Thanks to Allah”. The music was a Mix of Pakistani, Indian and English songs. So hope my listeners enjoyed the topic. So here is the end of the story.
Malain gay aap sey agli dafa ISSI Jaga isee channel yani ke Radio Buraq 104 FM ke program Youth Zone main Jiss main daita hoon main yanni Fahd Murtaza aap kaa saath.