QUETTA: Chief Coordinator PM Youth Business Loan Programme and Chairperson Standing committee on Information and Broadcasting Marvi Memon has said youth of Balochistan and educational institution are committed to participate in Prime Minister’s loan programme which would help end sense of deprivation in the province.
She said this while speaking to girl and boy students during her visit to Balochistan University of Information Technology, engineering and Management Science (BUITEMS) here Saturday.
She said during six months an amount of Rupees 1.25 billion would be distributed among youth in the country including Balochistan. She said this programme is above politics and all loans would be given on merit.
Answering questions she said it has been felt that conditions of the loan would be made easy and talks were being held with National Bank officials in this regard.
She said students should come forward and benefit from this programme and help students who cannot acquire education at the higher educational institutions. She said this programme is for youth of Pakistan which is not less than a gift for unemployed youth form prime Minister.
Vice chancellor Ahmed Farooq Bazai said that students of BUITEMS would work voluntarily for success of this scheme. He assured Marvi Memon for every cooperation for the success of Loan Scheme.
Marvi Memon also visited Law College, Iqra College and Islamia Girls College. She addressed the students and answered their questions.
Later speaking to Media prior to her departure at Quetta airport she said loan programme is purely non political. Provision of loan is being made in a very transparent manner. She said federal government in collaboration of provinces was taking measures for the success of this programme. We all have to put this country on road to progress.
Aqeel Anjum Hashmi, Provincial Coordinator of Balochistan Sardar Naqeeb Tareen and PML-N workers were also present.