PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Minister for Tourism Atif Khan on Wednesday said youth of the province could be supported through skills development programme, ARY News reported.
“Youth can play crucial role in uplift of the country,” Atif Khan said in a meeting with Special Assistant to PM on Youth Affairs Muhammad Usman Dar.
He said both educated and uneducated people would yield benefit from youth programmes.
Usman Dar lauded the KP government for its measures for young. He said the center would gain benefit from the experience of the KP government.
“Tourism sector is going to expand exponentially and we want our youngsters to be ready to exploit on this potential. Every province will be on board for the Kamyab Jawan programme,” he said.
Both the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders discussed different programmes for younkers.
On April 6, the government had announced that Prime Minister’s Green Youth Movement will be launched soon to engage the youth in ten billion tree Tsunami project.
This initiative was discussed by Muhammad Usman Dar during a meeting with Adviser on Climate Change Amin Aslam in Islamabad on Saturday.
Under the Green Youth Movement, a large number of trees under the ten billion tree Tsunami project will be earmarked for plantation by youth across the country.
It will not only engage them socially but would also be a source of economic development for them.