‘Govt to patronise youth NGO’
LAHORE, July 2: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has announced that “Kal Ke Quaid” will be made an NGO and the Punjab government will fully patronise it.
He said the youth were the leader of tomorrow and they were fully capable of steering the country out of crisis.
The chief minister was talking to a delegation of ‘Kal Ke Quaid” (leaders of tomorrow), male and female students at his tent office at Minar-i-Pakistan here on Monday.
Addressing the delegation, he said the Punjab government had given the best youth policy for providing young generation an opportunity to march forward and utilize their abilities.
According to a handout, Shahbaz said that corrupt rulers of Islamabad had put the nation into darkness for their lust and greed.
He said that there was a capacity of generating energy but the corruption, loot and plundering of the rulers had created severe energy crisis.
He said the crisis of electricity could be overcome overnight if the circular debt of around Rs400 billion was paid by the federal government.
Ahsan Iqbal said that some people made claims of bringing revolution whereas the Punjab government had brought the change in the province by launching revolutionary projects.
He termed ‘Kal Ke Quaid’ a welcome step and proposed to make it a permanent institution.
Male and female students also gave suggestions for the uplift of the education sector.