A meeting of PPP digital media wing was held -
Pakistan Press Foundation

A meeting of PPP digital media wing was held

Pakistan Press Foundation

ISLAMABAD: A consultative and introductory meeting of PPP Digital Media Islamabad Chapter was held at the party’s central secretariat, where office-bearers, social media activists, and workers participated in a large number.

The meeting was co-chaired by Umar Rehman Malik and Syed Sabti Shah Bukhari, PPP’s Central Secretariat in charge.

In his remarks, Umar Rehman Malik said that his father, the late Senator A Rehman Malik, served the country, the party, and the party leadership with loyalty, dedication, and perseverance till his last breath, and he will follow in his footsteps.

Umar Rehman highlighted the importance of digital media. He said that we are living in a fast-changing globalized world, where people from all over the world are using digital media to connect, plan events, run campaigns, create trends, promote narratives, raise voices, and express ideas.

From strengthening national security and the constitution of Pakistan, being the architect of nuclear power, taking a clear stand against terrorism, empowering women, minority rights, and provincial autonomy to achievements on diplomatic fronts, there are many feathers in PPP’s cap which we need to highlight, Umar stressed.

He said that his party is based on solid ideological foundations, with the improvement in the commoner’s life being a cornerstone in that ideology.

He said: “I believe that the future belongs to the Pakistan People’s Party, and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will be the Prime Minister of Pakistan to take the country towards modernization and development. We all need unity to serve our country and party.”

He said that it is evident from history that no other political party has done as much work as the PPP to strengthen Pakistan on all fronts. “PPP has never made false claims and has always worked for the nation on a practical basis,” he added.

The party’s future strategy regarding strengthening digital media was discussed in detail in the meeting.

Source:  Business Recorder

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