LAHORE - Punjab Minister for Culture and Youth Affairs Dr Tanvirul Islam has said that national volunteer movement should be reorganised on priority basis for making it more vibrant and effective during the present security situation of the country. He was addressing the first Punjab Volunteer Convention and concluding ceremony of the Volunteer Week organised by the Federal Ministry of Youth Affairs. On the occasion, National Volunteer Movement Director General Nazar Hussain informed that more than 20 thousand people had been registered so far under the Pakistan National Volunteer Movement. He said that the objectives of celebrating national volunteer week were to attract the youth towards this movement so that they should join and face the challenges with collective efforts. He said that students of varsities and colleges were enthusiastically participating in the movement. Rana Tanvir said that Pakistan is facing challenges of terrorism, illiteracy, poverty and backwardness for which young generation should come forward. He ensured that provincial government would extend full cooperation with federal government for making national volunteer movement for success.