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Cabinet of Youth Council Pakistan Takes Oath

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ISLAMABAD: The newly appointed cabinet members of the Youth Council Pakistan took their oath in Islamabad. President Youth Council Pakistan Muhammad Shehzad Khan took oath from the cabinet members. Renowned businessman CEO of Landzee Construction Shah Wali Khan also took oath as Special Assistant to the President YCP on Climate Change. Shah Wali Khan pledged to work alongside cabinet members to address the challenges facing our planet today.

The event marked a significant moment in the history of Pakistan’s youth empowerment movement, as the new cabinet pledged to work tirelessly to create a brighter future for the nation’s young people.

The oath-taking ceremony began with the recitation of verses from the Holy Quran, followed by the national anthem. While addressing the ceremony the President of Youth Council Pakistan Muhammad Shehzad Khan highlighted the role of the council in promoting the interests and welfare of young people across the country. He emphasized that the youth are the backbone of any nation, and their active participation in the development process is essential for the country’s progress.

The newly appointed cabinet members took the oath, pledging to uphold the constitution of Pakistan, and work for the betterment of the youth. Secretary Social Media Malaika Noor, Secretary Debating and Literary Department Adil Khan, Deputy Secretary of Council Sara Nawaz, and Member Central Executive Committee Jehangir Ali Khan addressed the oath taking ceremony.

The ceremony ended with a vote of thanks by the President Youth Council Pakistan Muhammad Shehzad Khan, who expressed his gratitude to all the proud members who have been contributing to the vision and mission of the Youth Council Pakistan. He urged the new cabinet members to work hard and fulfill the promises of youth empowerment and uphold the dignity of Pakistan.

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