Sharjeel cautions youth not to ‘fall into traps’ of those conspiring against Pakistan

The minister reaffirms PPP’s commitment to the country on Pakistan's 75th Independence Day

Our Correspondent August 14, 2022
Sharjeel Memon. PHOTO: PPI


Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon on Sunday urged the youth of the country not to pay heed or 'fall into the traps' of those who conspire against Pakistan to achieve their vested interests.

The minister made these remarks on the occasion of Pakistan’s diamond jubilee celebrations while congratulating the entire nation on the country’s 75th Independence Day.

“Today, the nation should reiterate its determination to thwart every conspiracy against our beloved motherland,” he said.

He called on the younger generation to lead the country on the path of development and prosperity and advised them to devote their energy to mastering modern sciences and information technology.

In his message, Memon saluted the armed forces and paid tribute to the officers, “who have protected the motherland with their blood”.

He maintained that “Pakistan is not one person’s fiefdom, but it is a country of 220 million people and cannot be run based on one person’s wishes”.

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The minister stated that each one of us has a responsibility to contribute to the development of “our country according to the vision of Quaid Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan”.

“It is our duty to strengthen the traditions of equality and tolerance so that Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s dream can become a reality,” he added.

He said that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has always strived hard for the promotion of democratic traditions in the country and that thousands of workers, including the top leadership, have sacrificed their lives for this.

The minister reaffirmed PPP’s commitment that, “under the leadership of Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, we will not hesitate to make any sacrifice in order to protect Pakistan from all threats.”


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