LAHORE - An eight-year-old Microsoft IT professional, Muhammad Hazeer, is very much impressed by Governor Punjab Ch Muhammad Sarwar for latter’s passion to set the things right in the present system.

Hazeer completed his first IT professional course and became the youngest Microsoft certified professional at the age of eight.  He, along with his father, called on Ch Sarwar at the Governor House on Wednesday.

He told the governor that he was fond of him for his statements against the corrupt system and his endeavours aimed at correcting it.  “I intend to correct the corrupt system of this country after correcting the corrupt Microsoft Windows”, the young IT professional reportedly told the governor who lauded his enthusiasm to do so.

Speaking on the occasion, Sarwar said that Hazeer had set a great precedent for others to follow. He said that the government should encourage such talented youth by providing them favourable environment.

Sarwar also said that the present corrupt and obsolete system would have to be changed to put the country on the path of prosperity and development.

“In order to materialise this objective, we’ll also have to promote education and technology and assign a leadership role to the country’s youth”, he added.