The popular adage of “ilm hasil karo chahay tmhay iskay lyay cheen hi kio na jana puray” is mingled by an Aeronautical engineer, who went to China to study and returned homeland to sell juice. What? why? Really? and how are the swift human reflexes to voice over the situation. But to behold its true with all its reality and facts. Feroze Khan Meets Aeronautical Engineer Who is Selling Juice in Pakistan.
“As Abdul Malik returned to Pakistan, he also got a chance to intern at the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Kamra, followed by a job as a trainee engineer at the Peshawar Flying Club. He also spent a few years working as an assistant ramp officer at a private company. But despite his qualification and knowledge, he could not get a better job following his qualification on a fair salary. “
Speaking to Geo News, Abdul Malik discourses
“I tried applying to all the airports in the country and sent applications to every aviation-related company, but I never received a positive response from anywhere. I think I had to face a setback because there was no one to refer me.”
Abdul Malik, who also turned out to be proficient in five languages, including Urdu, English, Chinese, Pushto, and Arabic is helpless to run a juice cart. Unapologetically a very pathetic incident. As he could no longer withstand a family by earning a skimpy salary. It is very aching that Abdul Malik was left with no other options but to sell watermelon juice to make ends meet.
Feroze Khan Meets Aeronautical Engineer Who is Selling Juice in Pakistan
Actor Feroze Khan recently met up with Abdul Malik, a watermelon juice seller trained in aeronautical engineering. Malik, who is originally from Karachi but received his Bachelor’s degree from China, was forced into selling juice due to the lack of employment opportunities. His story recently went viral on social media after a local news outlet picked it up.
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To express his sheer disenchantment, Abdul Malik said
“I stayed jobless for six months before trying to sell juice. But once I started, it became an instant hit and people started loving it. I think my career and future have been destroyed. It is hard and hurtful to throw away my degrees and certificates because they have been rendered unserviceable because of the revolting system.”
We feel sorry for the laureate with no recognition and place to prove his knowledge and proficiency and pray for his bright future. Hopefully, social media would become the ray of hope for Malik as it always does for everyone.