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Young generation should seek inspiration from Malala: Asif

SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 31, 2018 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
Posted: Mar 31, 2018 | Last Updated: 4 years ago

Shahzad Ahmed

SIALKOT: Malala Yousafzai was a daughter of Pakistan, who had earned good name for herself and upheld the prestige of the country around the globe by waging a struggle for promotion of education, said Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Saturday.

“The whole world salutes Malala for her courage, dedication, great struggle for girls’ education and determination,” he said, while addressing an annual prize distribution ceremony of a Sialkot college. “She has become a symbol of peace and respect for the humanity in the world.”

The minister said the young generation should seek inspiration from Pakistan’s great daughter. He said the whole nation had warmly welcomed Malala upon her arrival in Pakistan after a span of five years, as she was the pride for Pakistan globally.

Khawaja Asif urged students to get education for promotion of national interests.

He said the government was striving to curb the menace of ignorance by spreading the light of knowledge and education as per vision of the government to promote quality education.

He stressed the need for promotion of knowledge-based education and personality building of students for making the country developed and forward-looking.

He said Pakistan could never be developed without the promotion of quality education. He revealed students were future of the country and the government was providing them maximum facilities, enabling them to serve the nation and the country in a better way in future.

Asif said there was a significant role of women in our country’s development and we should be proud of them.

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