Karachi, January 15, 2018 (PPI-OT):Sindh Minister for Information, Labour and Transport Syed Nasir Hussain Shah has said that the youths are our hope of the future, they are talented one and they are the bright side of our society as the Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has given special focused to the youths in the Local Government System as they build the nation with their capabilities in future by playing their due role in the society.
This he observed while addressing the seminar “better youth – better Pakistan” organized by young social reformers held at local hotel here today in which more than 150 youths of various universities and delegates attended the seminar.
The Information Minister has further said that as the youths have importance in our society, PPP and Government of Sindh has given priority to the youth’s projects at every level to further explore their talents and skills. PPP has always given maximum opportunities to them in this regard many development projects and programmes have been initiated for their developments and progress in right directions. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has vision for the youth in the country he added.
Earlier the president Fahad Rizwi and Secretary Saud apprised the various development activities and initiatives taken by the organization for the youth at every level. They informed that recently more than 75 youths of different universities were participant in international youth conference in Thailand and they proved their capabilities and skills and shown positive image of the country.
They further informed that they established a school for poor students in Tharparkar for enrolment in the schools in the areas. The Minister Information Syed Nasir Hussain Shah distributed shields and certificates among participants and youths over their performance in various activities launched by the organization.
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