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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan emphasized the need to use digital media platform to depict both Pakistan’s positive image and Islam, as well as spreading the voice of the marginalized Indian-held Kashmiri people around the world.
During a meeting with a group of youth from various fields, including digital media, the Prime Minister informed the youth about the projects of his government including simple loans and skills training schemes, in addition to the Ehsaas Poverty Program and poor shelter homes.
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A press release from the PM Office said that the meeting was also attended by Special Assistant to PM Zulfiqar Bukhari and Focal Person of the Prime Minister on Digital Media Dr Arsalan Khalid.
The meeting addressed the national problems, the steps taken by the government to address the issues and the role of media especially in the modern age of social media.
The participants also addressed opportunities for young people in the digital media industry, relevant problems and their resolution,
Speaking to the delegation, Mr. Khan said the country had recovered from the toughest economic situation with a reduced fiscal deficit and a revival of the trust of investors.