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Students, not politicians, harbinger of change - The Express Tribune

Last updated Tuesday, November 23, 2021 00:10 ET , Source: NewsService


Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry has said that female students must not sit at home after completing their education and instead should contribute to making the fields green.

Addressing a gathering after inaugurating the week-long silver jubilee celebrations at the Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, the minister said that admission of female students in agriculture subjects was very encouraging.

“Today, our daughters have also come to the field of agriculture. After completing their agriculture education, the students have to not sit at home but make the fields green with their experience,” the minister said, adding that “the revolution has to be brought about by students and not by any politicians, mill owners or bureaucracy.

He said that students of a university in the United States painstakingly erected three trillion economics, students farmers tell us about modern technology, extremists are small-minded people and Pakistan’s future was bright.

The federal minister said that when the coronavirus surfaced, we had nothing at our disposal. We used to order masks, kits and all medical items from abroad. Immediately after the coronavirus, we not only made all these goods ourselves but now we are also earning huge foreign exchange by exporting all these goods.

He said that IT, Facebook, WhatsApp are the revolution of the youth in the world. Students should not only read textbooks but also read good books on agriculture in the...

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