UET students get laptopsArchive
LAHORE: The completion of the Pakistan-China Economic Corridor will make Pakistan the most important country in the region.
This was stated by MNA Hamza Shahbaz while speaking at a function held for the distribution of laptops under the Prime Minister’s Laptop Scheme among students at the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore.
UET Vice-Chancellor Dr Fazal Khalid also addressed the function.
Hamza said the economic corridor would prove to be a game-changer setting a new era of development in the country.
He said the day was not far when brain drain from Pakistan would stop and rather those already abroad would wish to return to the homeland.
Published in Dawn, April 28th, 2015
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