Shaza Fatima Khawaja assumes charge of SAPM on Youth Affairs

Government of PakistanShaza Fatima Khawaja assumes charge of SAPM on Youth Affairs

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Miss Shaza Fatima Khawaja has assumed the charge as the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs with the status of Minister of State on Friday.

She was welcomed by senior officers of the youth affairs wing at the Prime Minister’s Office.

Shaza Fatima is a second-time member of the National Assembly and belongs to Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).

Earlier she has served as the Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of Trade, Commerce and Textile in 2017 and Vice President Young Parliamentarians Forum of the National Assembly.

Shaza Fatima states that “youth is the most important segment and asset of our society. I am determined to serve them to the best of my abilities and am looking forward to working for the Minister on this important task”.

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