Government will keep taking steps for relief of Common Man:Ch Majeed

The PM Azad Kashmir Ch Abdul Majeed said that the NGOs are playing a vital role in the welfare of people. While government will keep taking steps so that common man is benefited by the developmental process. The Kashmir Orphan trust should be congratulated on taking up the monumental task of adopting and raising the orphans. He expressed these views while addressing a gathering at foundation laying ceremony of The New Education Complex Phase 2 organized by the Kashmir Orphan Trust. The Chairman Kashmir Orphan Trust Ch Akhter, Station Director of Mirpur Radio Mohammad Shakeel Khan also addressed the gathering. The PM also announced a financial aid of one crore rupees for the trust. The PM’s Personal Secretary Fayyaz Ali Abbasi, Commissioner Mirpur division Syed Zahoor UlHassan Gillani, Comiisioner Works Mangla Dam Ch Mohammad Tayyab, DG Mangla Dam Housing Authority Ch Zulfiqar Azam, DIG Khalid Chohan, Administrator Municipal Corporation Alhaj Ghulam Rasool Awami, President PML(N) Mirpur Ch Mohammad Saeed, Principl Mohtarma Benazeer Bhutto Shaheed Medical College, Professor Doctor Mian Abdur Rasheed, District Health Officer Mohammad Bashir Choudhary, Organizational Officers and many experts and prominent personalities of educational sector also attended the event.

While addressing the ceremony the Pm Ch Abdul Majeed said that I am very impressed by the trust’s work and NGOs interest in relief and welfare of public. He said that the government of Azad Kashmir is doing its utmost to provide highest level educational facilities to its people. The New Educational Policy for the up gradation of this sector will provide quality education and will further improve the infrastructure.PM said that unaanimous syllabi will be implemented with compulsory Quran education till MA. He further emphasized the fact that no department can progress without the help of civil society. It is an example of an active society and government will keep backing such NGOs. At the event children recited Naats and sang national songs and received appreciation from the PM, who took the orphans in his Lapland cuddled. The CEO of the trust Ch Akhter said he is doing this work for Allah without thought to financial gain and just need acceptance from citizens and governments as means will be provided by the Almighty.