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Social transformation of Faisalabad the largest export city is needed to fight with social evil
FAISALABAD. Social transformation is urgently needed for the city to fight with the social evils and superstitions that had crept in the society over the years which has made these reforms imperative for the development of the society and the masses because moral and ethical concerns of the society weigh a great deal

Unemployment, illiteracy, corruption, urbanization, gender discrimination, domestic violence, poverty, population explosion, and lust for money are all social evils prevailing in the country. Moreover, decline of values and decline of patience has further shaken the society. There are many factors and causes that have contributed in the creating as well as inflating these evils and we need to work on all these issues collectively.

When Pakistan came into existence at that time Faisalabad was an agriculture market but with the passage of time it became an industrial city and its social transformation could not be planned on the basic aspects of its demographic ground requisites. Similarly although Faisalabad is an industrial city but it is deprived with social safety umbrella for industrial workers.

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