KP govt imparting sense of patriotism in youth


Special Assistant to Chief Minister KP on Information and Public Relations Barrister Muhammad Ali on Saturday inaugurated a five-day camp on the topic of “Challenges and threats faced by youth” in Peshawar University Campus Bara Gili.

The camp was organized by Natuoz, in collaboration with the KP Department of Youth Affairs and Peshawar University’s Department of Philosophy, where students and teachers from higher education institutions across the country participated. In addition to other activities, the five-day camp also includes international debates, study tours and entertainment programmes.

Speaking at the opening session of the camp, Barrister Muhammad Ali Saif said that the provincial government, apart from imparting a sense of Pakistani national unity and patriotism among the youth, was also taking necessary steps to highlight their capabilities.—APP

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