Conspiracies against govt will fail, says PM

LAHORE: Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday said that conspiracies being hatched to unconstitutionally dismiss the government would not succeed, DawnNews reported.

Addressing students at the convocation ceremony of a university in Lahore, the prime minister announced that the government would provide 100,000 new jobs to youngsters and students.

Gilani said that education was a provincial matter after the passage of the 18th Amendment, but the government intended to open up campuses of Virtual University in every district and IT centers in every union council.

The government intends to open the doors of technology to the people through broadband 3G licences, he said, adding that certain elements wanted to overthrow the government for the same reason. The auction of 3G (high-speed wireless internet) licenses would create countless avenues of employment for the people, he said.

Pointing his guns at the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N), the prime minister said that distributing laptops was not a big feat. Moreover, Gilani said that he had not come into power “through the back door” and that nobody could remove him from his position as long as he had the support of the people.

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