Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf managed federal government took the decision on Thursday to reserve Rs200billion for the “Kamyab Jawan Program”.
The decision was taken in a meeting that was held in the federal capital, on the instructions of the Prime Minister—Imran Khan, along with the PM’s Aide for Youth—Usman Dar, Finance Minister—Asad Umar and others in attendance.
As per reports, the government would soon be launching the “Kamyab Jawan Program”, which is aimed to provide job opportunities for at least one million youth in the country. The funds of Rs200billion have been reserved for the same purpose.
The finance minister while addressing the meeting participants said that the government is launching a revolutionary program for the youth of the nation.
Usman Dar on the occasion said that the PM’s Youth Affairs department would give every possible support for the betterment of technical and vocational skills of the youth.
Previously, Fawad Chaudhry—the Minister for Information and Broadcasting said that the government had vowed to provide jobs to ten million people, however the figure would be increased at the end of its 5 years tenure.
In a tweet, he mentioned that it was the responsibility of the government to create a pro-people economic environment and people would get employment with the strengthening and expansion of the economy.