News Desk |
Prime Minister Imran Khan recently met “Harvard Club Pakistan” led by its President Mohammad Ali Nekokara who called on him in Islamabad. Senator Faisal Javed was also present at the meeting. The delegation included Nadia Navewala, Kamran Kamal, Afan Karim Kunid, Pir Saad Ahsanudin, and Aftab Haidar.
Members of the delegation presented various suggestions and recommendations to the prime minister about bringing improvement in the economy, criminal justice system, energy sector, improvement in logistics, reforms in the education system, highlighting the country and national character and introducing tourism at international level.
Prime Minister appreciated the suggestions and said that the process of development will remain incomplete without active participation of the youth. He said that it is a matter of satisfaction that our youth has a complete insight into the problems of the country. He said government welcomes the suggestion put forth by the youth to resolve the national issues.
This university will produce the next generation of leaders of Pakistan. This next generation needs to know how the Islamic world of yesteryear achieved its golden period.
The Premier also met the delegation of Islamic Development Bank. The delegation has called up PM Khan and appreciated the economic policies of the government that are people-centric and growth-oriented.
Prime Minister Imran Khan also laid the foundation of Al-Qadir University to teach ‘Sufism’ in Sohawa. The university, he declared, would create future leaders that will counter Islamophobia and protect the ideology of Pakistan. He chaired the event as chief guest.
“This university will produce the next generation of leaders of Pakistan. This next generation needs to know how the Islamic world of yesteryear achieved its golden period. This university will focus on research and thorough studies that will help unlock the potential of our coming generations,” said PM Imran.
Earlier, this year, PM Khan inaugurated a million dollar Oxford-style ‘Namal Knowledge City’ in his hometown Mianwali. ‘Namal Knowledge City’ will provide education to the downtrodden section of the society who otherwise cannot afford higher education.