MULTAN, Nov 27 (APP): District administration has decided to launch Ehsas Kafalat Program from November 30 through which 106,265 people having income support program card would be given financial aid.
The government has decided to launch the second phase of Ehsas Kafalat program to offer Rs 12,000 each to the deserving people of the country who are affected by the second wave of coronavirus. It has decided to offer financial aid to more than 1.6 million people of Punjab. During the program, financial aid would be provided to 106,265 people of Multan including Multan city, Sadar, Shujabad and Jalalpur pirwala.
As per directives of Deputy Commissioner (DC) Aamir Khattak, 16 cash centres have been established across the district including four in Multan city, five in Sadar, five in Shujabad and two in Jalalpur Pirwala. The delivery of cash would continue for 15-days from November 30. In this connection, a meeting was held which presided by Additional Deputy Commissioner Headquarters Rana Ikhlaq Ahmed Khan to review arrangement for this purpose.
Assistant Commissioner Abida Fareed, Abginay Khan, police officers, bank officers and officials of Ehsas Kafalat program also attended the meeting.
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