Islamabad (HRNW) Prime Minister Imran Khan wants the youth of the country to use digital media in a way that it portrays a positive image of Pakistan internationally.
In a meeting with a delegation of youth from different fields on Saturday, the premier emphasised on the use of digital media as a tool to raise a voice for the oppressed in Indian-Administered Kashmir and Muslims across the globe, according to APP.
He recalled the efforts made by his government for the youth through easy loans and skill training programmes along with the Ehsaas Programme and shelter homes for the poor.
The prime minister told participants of the meeting that the country has come out of one of its toughest economic periods with a reduced fiscal deficit and revival of investors’ confidence. He also reiterated his resolve to continue his fight against corruption and mafias.
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