K-P govt will provide assistance to 80,000 persons with disabilities: Imran

Foundation has been created to provide assistance to disabled persons, says the PTI chief.


Saqib Nasir December 03, 2013
PTI chairman Imran Khan. PHOTO: AFP

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan stated the Khyber-Pakhtunkwa (K-P) government has taken responsibility for disabled and special persons as well as widows and orphans, Express News reported on Tuesday.

Imran was speaking at a function in Peshawar to honour Disabled Persons Day.

He also said on Twitter:


There are 80,000 persons with disabilities in K-P, Imran said in his speech.

He revealed that a foundation has been made to help people with disabilities, which will provide assistance to 26,000 people in the first year, 40,000 in the second year and the rest of the 80,000 in the third year.

“We will be an example for the rest of the provinces and bring the tsunami to them as well,” the chairman stated.

He also said that they will bring change to K-P every month, adding that the change has been slow in the past.

COMMENTS (32)

NYC (post this ET) | 8 years ago | Reply

People claim that Imran was the one who lost the elections. No guys,Its Pakistan who lost the elections, Not Imran. Pakistani people are the losers here to preferred corrupt demons to Imran. Well, then the looser has to suffer the consequences too. Good luck Surviving Pakistan LOL I'm still surprised haters have something to say Oh and Frank Observer is totally right. ET is an Indian website operating under a Pakistani domain

Irshad Shinwari | 8 years ago | Reply

Good work Captain we will support your cause morally & physically. Please also read my article on People Disabled by war and Conflict and response by the STATE and Development Agencies working in the post conflict, FATA tribal region. the link is below

http://www.thefrontierpost.com/article/59220/Unseen-unheard-in-Pakistan/

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