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Pakistan Citizen Portal Application has been shortlisted for the award at the World Government Summit to be held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. An official from the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government informed the media about the selection of the application.
The World Government Summit is held annually that invites and gathers global leaders under the roof to discuss the future and better use of technology and innovation to improve the lives of people in their respective countries.
The summit will welcome 4,000 participants from 140 countries, including the head of states and government officials, as well as top-tier representatives of 30 international organizations.
Prime Minister Khan had inaugurated the Pakistan Citizen Portal Application in December last year. The main objective of the mobile application is to build the bridges between the people and the federal and provincial government. The intention is to swiftly address the grievances of the general public that otherwise consumes a long time to be tackled when filed through traditional channels of complaint registration.
With the introduction of the Pakistan Citizen Portal, the government wants to beef up the e-governance system setup in Pakistan that is currently at its primary stage.
During the inauguration ceremony of the Pakistan Citizen Portal PM Khan said Pakistan Citizens’ Portal will enable the government to understand the performance of ministries and departments. Secondly, future policies will be made after getting public response and feedback. The Prime Minister said it will also give a better voice to overseas Pakistanis and expatriates.
On the other hand, Imran Khan will also address the World Government Summit in Dubai UAE. He will speak about his vision for the future for Pakistan and its socio-economic role in the region and the world. He will also share his ideas on the development of human resource.
The summit organized under the patronage of Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Rashid Al-Makhtum will run from February 10 to 12. The summit will welcome 4,000 participants from 140 countries, including the head of states and government officials, as well as top-tier representatives of 30 international organizations.