Youth can play vital role by participating in growing economy: Amin

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60% of the Pakistan population is youth, and youth can play a vital role by participating in growing economy of the country said Syed Amin Ul Haque while addressing as a chief guest on the launching ceremony of Pakistan Social Media Association(PSMA) at Newports Institute of Communications and Economics Karachi today.

The Federal Minister of IT and Telecommunication, accompanied by Rehan Hashmi, ex MNA, and Rizwan Bhatti, the general Secretary of Karachi Press Club, was warmly welcomed by Ms. Huma, the Chairperson of Newports Institute of Communications and Economics Karachi.

The Federal Minister of IT and Telecommunication applauded the role of Ms. Huma, Chairperson of the Newports Institute of Communications and Economics Karachi for hosting the ceremony and playing front role in digital media.

Encouraging the influencers and youtubers, he said that proper trainings will be provided as well as the appropriate forums for the start ups will also be provided to facilitate the influencers, vloggers and youtubers in every possible manner.

He further said that the young generation should adapt the policy of merit and hard work if they want to live a successful life.

Syed Amin ul Haque, apprising the performance of Ministry of IT, said that we had spent 60 million rupees on Connectivity last year and we had provided Connectivity to every city of the country irrespective of any race, color or politics.

We had launched the mobile phone manufacturing industry in Pakistan despite several threats and 22 mobile phone manufacturing compaines are working in Pakistan. Hyderabad University, a dream is going to come true soon as Sindh Government has allocated 100 acres for the construction of Hyderabad University, He further added.

The launching ceremony was attended by a large number of influencers, youtubers, Vloggers and other notables from different walks of life.

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