PTI initiates financial assistance scheme for minorities

Special Advisor to CM K-P says govt is considering welfare projects for minorities that would redress grievances.

APP March 06, 2014
Dr Sardar Sooran Singh said that the government was fully cognizant of the problems faced by the minorities. PHOTO: FILE

PESHAWAR: Special Advisor to Chief Minister Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa for Minority Affairs Dr Sardar Sooran Singh has said that for the first time in the history of the country the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) led provincial government has initiated a financial assistance scheme for the welfare of widows hailing from the minority Hindu community.

Dr Sardar Sooran Singh said that the initiative would provide relief to the deserving women of the minority community. He made these comments while addressing a cheque distribution ceremony at Kala Bari Hindu temple.

Dr Sardar Sooran Singh said that the government was fully cognizant of the problems faced by the minorities and was taking results-oriented measures to address those problems.

He said that government was mulling over initiating several welfare projects for the minorities that would redress their grievances. PTI would live up to its slogan of change and would make serious efforts to end corruption and nepotism in the province, he added.

He also said that a check and balance system and the Right to Information Act have been introduced in the province to provide people access to the concerned departments and Ministers.

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scarsdale | 6 years ago | Reply | Recommend A slap on the face of self-proclaimed liberals who sling mud on PTI.... And glad to see you trolling as always @Raj-USA. It isn't truly an ET article without your incorrect comments. of course ET wont post this
Khan - Germany | 6 years ago | Reply | Recommend

@Raj - USA: You do know that Muslims don't fair any better in India. They're more poor than the Hindu Dalits (untouchables). Compare to them, Hindus have fared much better in Pakistan.

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