ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting, Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan on Monday said the government would take forward with full force the agenda of progress and prosperity of people under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
According to the sources of APP, She said that the distribution of cheques by the PM among youth of Sindh under Kamyab Jawan programme would eventually rid them of disappointment and dismay.
She expressed the optimism that the programme will prove to be an important step toward materialization of dreams of youth of Sindh.
The Special Assistant said progress of youth of Sindh meant the strengthening the Federation and added empowering the youth as vision of the Prime Minister since they were asset for the country.
مسائل اور محرومیوں کے شکار سندھ کیلئے وزیر اعظم عمران خان خوشخبری بن کر کراچی آ رہے ہیں ۔ وہ سندھ کے نوجوانوں کو مایوسیوں سے نجات دلانے کیلئے کامیاب جوان پروگرام کے تحت چیک تقسیم کریں گے ۔ یہ پروگرام سندھی نوجوانوں کے خوابوں کی تعبیر کی جانب اہم قدم ثابت ہو گا ۔
— Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan (@Dr_FirdousPTI) January 27, 2020
She said these initiatives were imperative to create opportunities for the youth to move forward, make them partner in the development process, and to expedite the economic progress.
The Special Assistant said that those who wanted to create political chaos, have got disappointed.
She said the political opponents, who were trying to portray democratic differences as conspiracy, should rest informed that the government was not only strong with the support of the allies but the democratic differences have also been resolved in a democratic manner.
Earlier on Tuesday, Special Assistant to Prime Minister Firdous Ashiq Awan highlighted a revolutionary step of PM Imran Khan for the development of agriculture sector and prosperity of farmers.
In her Tweets, Firdous Ashiq Awan highlighted revolutionary steps of PM Imran Khan for the development of agriculture sector.
She said, “Urea factories given relief of Rs400 per sack in term of gas prices after making a massive reduction in levy of Rs405 to Rs5 on gas supplies.”