Prime Minister Imran Khan says youth of the country is our future and they should prepare themselves for future challenges.
Addressing the launching ceremony of Digital Media Development Program in Islamabad on Friday, he said the government will provide all possible facilitates to polish the talented youth of the country with modern skills.
Imran Khan said government is striving to move the country forward on the principals of Riyasat-e-Madina which teaches us selfishness, justice and merit.
He said Quaid-e -Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah with other leaders of Pakistan movement had struggled for an ideal welfare and independent state and we should keep in mind these goals in our lives.
Imran Khan said any society cannot develop until ensuring rule of law and we working to ensure justice and merit in the country.
He said media in Pakistan is working independently and enjoying full freedom as the government does not controlling media.
Addressing the event Minister for Information and broadcasting Chaudhary Fawad Hussain said reforms have been introduced within stated media outlets to promote our narratives effectively to the world.
He said Radio Pakistan, Pakistan Television and Associated Press of Pakistan have now been shifted to HD and podcast.
Chaudhary Fawad Hussain said we will initiate media internship program for newly appointed public servants about the use of digital media changing old course outline.
He said the information ministry, in collaboration with 42 journalism schools, will train over 5000 people which promote digital media awareness and increase generation of revenue.