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Adversity is a part of life, PM addresses Kamyab Jawan Program

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

27th Jan, 2020. 07:33 pm
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Karachi: Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed to a cheque distribution ceremony of his government’s flagship project called Kamayab Jawan (National Youth Development Programme) on Monday.

According to the detials, The cheques were distributed among the successful applicants who had applied for loans from different districts of Sindh. A sum of Rs100 billion has been allocated for the initiative for the welfare of youth.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Usman Dar said that 100,000 youth have applied from Sindh under Kamyab Jawan programme.

In his speech PM said, “I would like to congratulate Usman Dar, Asad Omer & Hafeez Sheikh for working on this project. I believe that, this program will help develop our country. Because nations are built on vibrancy of its youth.”

He also said, “Allah has blessed this nation with fertile land. We have amazing resources for tourism, we have 5000 year old Indus valley civilization. We have oldest cities like Lahore & Multan with its heritage.”

Be clear that he arrived in the city of lights earlier in the day on his official visit where he also held meetings with the Sindh Governor Imran Ismail and Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and discussed matters related to the ongoing projects in Sindh.

Watch the complete speech of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

100k youth from Sindh apply for Kamyab Jawan Program: Dar

Earlier on today, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Usman Dar has said in Karachi that 100,000 youth have applied from Sindh under Kamyab Jawan Program of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Talking to media persons in on Monday(January 27), Usman Dar said that the youth from Sindh would get at least 10 billion rupees under this programme.

According to the details, The success/acceptance of the applications ratio is around 15 percent. The reason for non-acceptance is, most of the youth applicants have no viable business plan, Dar said while taking to media here at the Governor House.

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