ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that the process of development will remain incomplete without the active participation of youth.
He was talking to a delegation of Harvard Club of Pakistan, which called on him here at the Prime Minister Office.
The Prime Minister said it is a matter of satisfaction that youth has a complete insight of the problems being faced by the country, adding that government welcomed the suggestions put forth by youth in order to resolve the national issues.
The delegation presented recommendations to Prime Minister regarding improvements in the national economy, criminal justice system, energy sector, and logistics; educational reforms.
The delegation headed by Muhammad Ali Nekokara included Nadia Navewala, Kamran Kamal, Afan Karim Kunid, Pir Saad Ahsanudin and Aftab Haidar. Senator Faisal Javed was also present in the meeting.