PM’s special aide on Digital Pakistan steps down

Staff Reporter

ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Digital Pakistan Tania Airdus has resigned from his post on Wednesday.

Tania Aidrus herself broke the news of her resignation on the microblogging website Twitter.

In a tweet today, Aidrus said she has tendered her resignation to Prime Minister over the controversy surrounding her dual nationality.

“The criticism levied towards the state as a consequence of my citizenship status is clouding the purpose of Digital Pakistan. In the greater public interest, I have submitted my resignation from the SAPM role.”

“I will continue to serve my country and the PM’s vision to my best ability,” she said.