ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: President Dr. Arif Alvi has emphasized for ending elitism in education for socio-economic development.
In his address at the ICMA Convocation in Islamabad on Wednesday, the president said that Pakistan is working on distance learning and information technology which can help ensure everyone’s access to education.
Similarly, he said that the health insurance program has been launched in the Country to provide deserving families free health facility.
The president urged the graduates to play their active role in the socio-economic development of the Country.
Furthermore, he said that Pakistan is heading in the right direction, showing positive indicators in various sectors including economy, law and order and social development.
President Arif Alvi said that the current account deficit has been successfully tackled and exports of the Country are on the rise despite COVID-19.
Dr. Arif Alvi said that Pakistan has also overcome the challenge of terrorism while extremism and polarization are rising in India.
In addition, he urged the business enterprises to honestly pay their taxes for national development. He added that the digitization of the economy will lead to the white economy.
The president said that Muslims will lead the world in morality, and the Muslim youth have an important role to play in this regard.