Secretary Information Balochistan, Imran Khan visiting various sections of DGPR: photo provided by the DGPR

Staff Reporter:

QUETTA: Information Secretary, Imran Khan visited the Directorate General of Public Relations (DGPR) Balochistan, where he was warmly received by Director General of Public Relations Muhammad Noor Khetran and other officers. During his visit, the Information Secretary thoroughly reviewed various sectors, including the Electronic Media Monitoring System.

DGPR Muhammad Noor Khetran provided a comprehensive briefing to the Information Secretary about the overall performance of the directorate. He particularly highlighted the progress made in securing support from the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan for the establishment of a digital lab. Recognizing the significance of the digital age, Secretary Information Imran Khan directed the DGPR team to expedite the establishment of the digital lab, emphasizing the need for swift action.

Technology Transformed The World Into A Global Village

Secretary Information Imran Khan commended the crucial role played by DGPR in disseminating government policies and welfare initiatives through the media. He emphasized that in the modern era, where technology has transformed the world into a global village, the advent of digital media enables instantaneous updates, allowing information to reach the audience within seconds. Secretary Khan acknowledged the substantial role of Public Relations in this context.

In conclusion, Information Secretary Imran Khan expressed confidence in the ongoing success of DGPR Balochistan and assured them of his full cooperation and support.

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