Punjab Govt launches relief cards for flood affected

floods_affectedDirector General Provincial Disaster Management Authority Mujahid Sherdil has stated that government of the Punjab has inaugurated Khadim e Alaa Relief card for the families of flood affected areas throughout 2012. This rehab initiative for flood affected families in Punjab was introduced by Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif during his tour to flood hit areas this year.  He stated that based on detail compensation has been provided to 36,699 receivers of Rajanpur District and 7,349 receivers of District D.G.Khan. He stated each beneficiary will be presented Rs20,000. They are now being provided to the families following the 3rd party validation survey carried out by Lead Pakistan. The distribution of Khadim e Alaa Relief Card 2012 continues to be carried out Rajanpur whereas still happening in D.G Khan. The distribution process will be extended progressively to Jampur and Rojhan. Furthermore, payment methods facilities are now being supported through Bank of Punjab.Sherdil stated that total Khadim-e-Ala Relief Cards to become distributed in Tehsil Rajanpur are 7,434, Tehsil Jampur 5,566, Tehsil Rojhan 23,699 and District D.G.Khan 7,349. Till to-date, 8,100 receivers happen to be given Khadim-e-Ala Relief Card at the expense of 162 million. Based on particulars 4,380 cards were distributed in Tehsil Rajanpur at the expense of Rs. 75.a million. Distribution is happening in District D.G.Khan. Till to-date 3720 cards happen to be distributed in D.G.Khan at the expense of 74.4 million Khadim-a-AlaRelief Cards.