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I Want To See Pakistani Youth Highly Educated And Assets For Prosperous Future Of The Country: Says NA Speaker
Thursday, 8th November, 2018

Islamabad November 8, 2018: The Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser has said that he wanted to see the Pakistani Youth highly educated and assets for prosperous future of the country.  He further said that opportunities should be provided to Pakistani students to attain higher education in Britain.  He said that he is ready to cooperate at every level with all countries including UK for higher education of the youth. He expressed these views while talking to High Commissioner of Britain Mr. Thomas Drew, who called on him at Parliament House on Thursday. 

The Speaker said that Pakistan wanted to strengthen its relations with friendly countries like UK.  He said that Pakistan desired to enhance the relations with all countries for development and prosperity of the region.  He stressed the need for enhance interaction between the Parliamentarians of both the countries. He said that regular interaction between the Parliamentarians would provide them opportunities to learn from each other experiences.  He said that with exchanged of the Parliamentary delegations; library, research and legislation sections can be strengthen and standing committees system can be made more effective.

 The Speaker said that the present Government wanted to get information and experiences through enhanced Parliamentary cooperation with other countries.  He said that Pakistani students were taking keen interest in British system of education.  He said that he wanted to establish education city where the children of needy and low income persons can get education. Asad Qaiser expressed his commitment for education of street and destitute children.  He further said that he was concerned about women education and working hard for this purpose.
The Speaker said that Pakistan expatriates were playing important role in the Parliament and Government of Britain besides other sphere of the life.   He said that large number of representation of Pakistanis emigrants in House of Commons and House of Lords is highly commendable.  He stressed the need for active role of Pakistani expatriates representatives in British Parliament for bringing innovation in Pakistani Institutions.

The Britain High Commissioner Mr. Thomas Drew has said that the Institutions will be strengthened with continuity of the democracy in Pakistan and it will also boost the economy of the country.  He said that Government and Parliament of Britain will cooperate to increase the capacity of the Parliamentarians as well as staff of the Pakistani Parliament.  He assured the Speaker that the Britain has continued its support Pakistan in education and other sectors.