Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi said on Saturday the youth of Pakistan possessed unparalleled strength and hold the capacity to shape the nations destiny.
In his message on the International Youth Day, he highlighted that the youth embody the promise of a radiant future and are the prospective leaders of tomorrow.
Allocating resources for empowering the youth, he asserted, is a prudent investment in securing a promising tomorrow. Mohsin Naqvi expressed the need to foster an environment where the youth could actively contribute to the nation’s advancement through their ingenuity. He affirmed that the Punjab government is actively extending diverse opportunities to the youth, encompassing skill-based education, training, employment prospects, and scholarships.
With a significant portion of Pakistan’s populace comprising young individuals, their role in the nations progress is pivotal. Naqvi further noted that Pakistani youths have garnered global recognition through their inherent talents across various domains, thereby enhancing the nation’s stature on the international stage.
Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Syed Mohsin Naqvi has announced cash rewards for police officers and personnel active on the front line against dangerous criminals in Rajanpur and Rahim Yar Khan.
IG Punjab Dr. Usman Anwar will give cash rewards and certificates of appreciation to the audacious of the Kacha operation on behalf of the Chief Minister Punjab. According to details, Rahim Yar Khans SHO Kot Sabzal Saifullah, SHO Bhong Muhammad Ramzan, SHO Machka Tanveer Raza and SHO Naveed Nawaz have been approved for cash awards of 25,000 rupees each, approval was given for one lakh to Head Constable Sarfaraz Ali.
While Inspector Qudratullah, Sub-Inspectors Allah Wasaya, Rafaqat Ali, and Naqash Raza among others have been approved for cash awards of 25,000 rupees each and appreciation certificates.
Constable Abdul Wahab of Rajanpur Police will receive 1 lakh rupees, Constable Tanveer Ahmed will receive 50,000 rupees and the remaining 34 officers and personnel have been approved for cash awards of 25,000 rupees each and appreciation certificates. The officers and personnel performed their duties with great bravery and determination during the operation against dangerous criminals and gangs.
Dutiful officers and personnel will be awarded with cash prizes and certificates of appreciation in a ceremony at the Central Police Office, on behalf of the caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Syed Mohsin Naqvi. IG Punjab emphasized that committed, hardworking, and capable officers and personnel are valuable assets of the department and a series of events will be held at all levels to boost their morale.