Pakistan Baitul Maal (PBM) has spent around 204 million on its two programmes to ensure rehabilitation of poor and deserving persons of the society during this year. Of the total, the PBM spent Rs. 185.31 million on its Langer Programme and provided ration bags to those affected by natural disasters such as floods. The other programme was Institutional Rehabilitation through NGOs under which PBM disbursed an amount of Rs 24.383 million during the period. A senior official at PBM on Sunday said the organization provides grant-in-aid to registered non-governmental organization (NGOs) for their projects, aimed at institutional rehabilitation of poor and deserving persons. The organization has so far released Rs 610 million for construction of modern Jinnah Burn and Reconstructive Surgery Centre, Lahore, out of which Rs 350 million have been released up to February this year.