KARACHI: A 30-member delegation of youths from Sindh will soon visit Gilgit-Baltistan. This was announced by an official of the Sindh Department of Youth Affairs here on Saturday. He said that the Provincial Minister for Youth Affairs, Syed Faisal Ali Sabzwari, chaired a meeting at his office in which arrangements for the week-long visit were reviewed. Mr Sabzwari said that this is a part of the Inter-Provincial Youth Exchange Programme. He stated that the visits are aimed at fostering understanding and cohesion and help youngsters observe and understand the culture of the provinces and see historical and other places. The Minister said that from the next fiscal year various training and study projects are being initiated. He pointed out that attention is also being paid that employment opportunities are also being created for the youngsters.
Sindh Secretary Youth Affairs, Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui, said that Gilgit-Baltistan is a new province and we want that our youths should see and understand its culture, values and history. He said that the delegation would consist of those youngsters who have excelled in academic and other fields. Director Youth Affairs Sindh, Khurshid Ali Siddiqui, said that during the visit the youth delegation from Sindh would also meet the Governor and Chief Minister of Gilgit-Baltistan. Source: Regional Times