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To a better, digitized future: PM Khan inaugurates the ambitious ‘Digital Pakistan’ Campaign

As stated by Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan, the country has a second-biggest population of youth that can be turned into a strength rather than a weakness through digitalization.

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The government will now be focusing on ‘Digital Pakistan’, a scheme that will unveil the real potential of Pakistani youth. As stated by Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan, the country has a second-biggest population of youth that can be turned into a strength rather than a weakness through digitalization.

Today, Prime Minister launched the campaign of ‘Digital Pakistan’ as a part of the digitation program of the government that was aimed at initiating remarkable new technologies for the wellbeing of people.
The inauguration event of ‘Digital Pakistan’ took place at Prime Minister’s office today in Islamabad. A number of journalists, politicians as well as tech enthusiasts attended the launch ceremony.
Imran Khan, while addressing at the inauguration ceremony, stated that one of the major needs of the country includes digitalization. He further said that it is crucial for the youth to progress if we want them to succeed on a global level.

“Digital Pakistan will be the utmost priority of the government”

 

Prime Minister Imran Khan feels that Pakistan is lagging behind, while other countries are running towards progress. He said, “Digital Pakistan will be the utmost priority of the government. As it will unveil the potential of the youth. We have the second biggest population of the youth, which can be turned into strength through digitization.”
He mainly focused on the fact that women should also come forward and make a name for themselves in this sector. While speaking at the ceremony, Mr. Prime Minister joked a little about when he said ‘ghabrana nahe hai’ in his early speech, as an elected Prime Minister and the nation panicked.
He further added, “Now I am telling you not to panic because Pakistan is headed in the right direction.”
As per the reports by GEO news, Imran Khan revealed that current economic policies of the country are being appreciated by international agencies now.
Prime Minister has given the task of digitalizing the correspondence between the offices of government workers to the ministry of Information Technology. Therefore, the respective ministry has started the ‘Digital Pakistan’ campaign. According to sources, the minister of Information Technology has been directed to complete the digitalization task in a period of three months.

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