- Name: Tania Aidrus.
- Former Google executive.
- Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Digital Pakistan (Resigned: 29-07-2020)
- Spouse: Unmarried
- Children: Unmarried.
Tania Aidrus Biography/Wiki
|Real Name||Tania Aidrus, |
|Profession||Former Google executive, |
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister, Digital Pakistan
Physical Stats & More
|Hair Colour||Black (short hairs)|
|Date of Birth||N/A|
|Age (as in 2020)||N/A|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||N/A|
|College/University||MIT Sloan School of Management|
|Controversies||People Criticizing her for Dual Nationality|
|Publication||Pakistan: A Story of Technology, Entrepreneurs and Global Networks|
Tania Aidrus Nationality
Tania Aidrus Resignation
Tania resigned from her job as the special assistant to the prime minister (SAPM) on Digital Pakistan on 29-07-2020 due to the recent criticism leveled against of her dual citizenship.
Ex-Google executive in a tweet on Twitter said she was resigning “in the greater public interest” after the special assistant to the prime minister (SAPM) faced criticism for keeping a Canadian nationality and some other special assistants and advisers to Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Tania said on twitter: ” 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 “
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 pic.twitter.com/BWBvBvO6uz
— Tania Aidrus (@taidrus) July 29, 2020
Facts about Tania:
- She is a former Google executive.
- Tania is a former Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Digital Pakistan.
- She is having dual nationality of Pakistan and Canada.
- She loves to work for Pakistan.