Every province has to pilot its own Youth Policy: Bilawal

Karachi: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party has emphasized for early approval of Sindh Youth Policy incorporated with visionary and far-reaching ideas for consuming the maximum youth potential for nation-building.

“Youth is our future and a nation with the largest proportion of youth population needs to explore this great asset,” said PPP Chairman during a meeting with MNA Ehsan Mazari who is also Special Assistant to Chief Minister for Youth Affairs. Mazari was along with Sardar Saleem Jan Mazari. Vice President PPPP senator Sherry Rahman and Jameel Soomro were also present on the occasion.

He said that since the passage of 18th Amendment, every province has to pilot its own Youth Policy and Sindh government needs to sort out the nitty gritty of its proposed Youth policy to cater the needs of Youth of both urban and rural areas. He stressed for equal opportunities for youth of entire province and asked him to seek inputs from all segments of the society before submitting it in the Provincial Assembly.

Saleem Jan Mazari and Ehsan Mazari also briefed the Chairman about the situation for Local Bodies election in Kashmore and the preparations the Party has so far undertaken to contest the elections.

Meanwhile, former Balochistan Minister Ali Madad Jattak called on PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari at Bilawal House and briefed him about the political situation and the Party organization in the province.

He also invited the Party Chairman to visit Balochistan to personally observe the situation and meet the Party leaders and workers.

On the other hand, Muslim Bughio also called on PPP Chairman and discussed with him political situation and Party preparedness for Local Bodies elections in Larkano.

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