Punjab Govt. Bent on Elevating the Computer Literacy; Says CM Buzdar

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Sardar Usman Buzdar—the Punjab CM has said that the government is bent on surging the computer literacy in the province of Punjab.

In his message on the World Computer Literacy Day, he said that the information technology is the need of the time and it is not possible for moving ahead without getting computer literacy.

The CM said that the provincial government by digitizing land record authority has made success in getting rid of the patwari culture and it would be expanding the scope of the e-libraries throughout the province.

The CM Punjab said that the present government has made all the efforts to put the nation in the right direction.

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He said that the conspiracies to destabilise the country would be failed. He further mentioned that the country is heading towards sustainable developments under the guidance of PM Khan.

The Chief Minister was of the opinion that some elements wanted to make hindrances in the development of Pakistan. He also indicated that the nation has given a mandate to the PTI for 5 years and the incumbent government would be completing its tenure.

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