Naqvi visits children’s home, reviews facilities for destitute residents

LAHORE: Caretaker Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi visited the Anjuman-i-Sulaimania Children’s Home on Sunday to review the facilities provided to destitute children.

He also spoke with the children to inquire about their education and extracurricular activities and visited their rooms to get a firsthand view of their living conditions.

During his visit, Naqvi directed the doctors of the Children’s Hospital to conduct a medical examination of all the children.

He expressed his heartbreak at the state of affairs at the Children’s Home during his previous visit but was pleased to see that the facilities for the children had improved.

The chief minister stressed the importance of caring for children and following the Sunnah of the Prophet. He emphasized that it is the government’s responsibility to take care of these children in every possible manner.

‘Visit to free flour distribution points’

Meanwhile, Caretaker Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi on Sunday visited a centre, set up at a Model Town area school for distribution of free flour, under the Special Ramazan relief package.

He reviewed verification process of people coming there to get free flour. He inquired from people at the centre about problems being faced by them in getting free flour.

The caretaker CM directed the deputy commissioner to redress complaints of citizens. He ordered for making the process of verification of people swift, so that people would not have to wait for long in queues.

Mohsin Naqvi asserted that it was a noble act and no negligence would be tolerated in that regard.

 

 

 

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