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Maryam Nawaz appointed as Chairperson PM Youth Program

Maryam Nawaz, the daughter of Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif, has been appointed as the chairperson of Prime Minister’s Youth Program. She has been given an honorary seat in PM Youth Program.

Maryam Nawaz will have to work there without any pay. Her responsibilities includes the following:

  • Coordinating of all members in PM Youth Program.
  • Managing the activities and schemes under this program
  • Finalising and supervising implementation of the youth program.

Maryam tweeted today:

The Prime Minister’s Youth Business Loans starts simultaneously in all 4 provinces, GB, FATA and AJK without discrimination.”

Maryam Nawaz Sharif (@MaryamNSharif) twweted about her involvement in PM youth program. In her tweet she said that PML-N wants to produce entrepreneurs in the country through the loan scheme. (Nov 22, 2013)

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The Youth Programme comprises of the following schemes: Prime Minister’s Interest Free Loan Scheme, Prime Minister’s Youth Business Loans, Prime Minister’s Youth Training Scheme, Prime Minister’s Youth Skills Development Scheme, Prime Minister’s Scheme for Provision of Laptops and Prime Minister’s Scheme for Reimbursement of Fee of Students from the Less Developed Areas.

Maryam has earlier held the position of chairperson at Sharif Trust, founded by her grandfather Muhammad Sharif, Sharif Medical City and Sharif Education Institutes. She also did work in the General Elections 2013 in which PML-N got the federal government.

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  1. THIS LETTER APPEARED IN DAWN, ENGLISH, DATED MAY 10TH, 2014. HATS OFF TO THE YOUNG LADY. WISH ALL THE BEST IN HER LIFE

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    ‘Paradise Lost’ in Lahore bus

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    I TRAVELLED by bus last year from Lahore. The seat behind the driver was occupied by a young girl dressed up in a faded uniform of the company. She was in her teens, tall, thin and weak.

    Before every stop she would make a short announcement in Urdu and English laced with a local dialect. She would serve water and newspapers to the passengers after every stop.

    Getting back into the bus after a short stop, I could not help but notice a thick book titled Paradise Lost, on her seat. As she served water, I asked her if she liked poetry, she quickly said no in Urdu.

    But when I asked her about the book lying on her seat, her dull eyes lit up, she smiled and confidently replied in perfect English accent: “Oh that, I am studying that book because I am planning to do my masters in English literature.”

    I marvelled at her English accent, her confidence, her poise and her passion to do something great by doing something good. As she left, I wondered as to what can stop her and Punjab from achieving their respective goal.

    I admired her more as my daughter is also pursuing the same degree without going through the hardships she was going through. I also realised that she was faking her accent so that passengers could understand her better.

    Whatever the doomsday pundits may predict, but as long as our young underprivileged and privileged generation pursue education, our future is bright with this new force which is a 100 million strong.

    S.N.I.R.

    Karachi

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