Deewar-e-Ehsas disappears just an hour after photo session in Jhelum
On the direction of the Punjab government, a Deewar-e-Ehsas was inaugurated in Jhelum to help the deserving people. Deputy Commissioner Jhelum inaugurated the wall۔.
Immediately after the photo session, the wall was removed and the goods brought for the deserving people were sent back in the vans and the needy people left for home empty-handed.
According to reports, a photo session was held by giving items to certain people as per the lists; later clothes, shoes and other belongings were sent back to the DC office.
Ehsas Bazaar established in Sheikhupura
Meanwhile, an Ehsas Bazaar was established in Sheikhupura with the help of district administration & philanthropists.
Provincial Minister for Natural Disasters Mian Khalid Mahmood accompanied by Deputy Commissioner Rana Shakeel Aslam visited Ehsas Bazaar.
On this occasion, Mian Khalid Mehmood said that the purpose of Ehsas Bazaar is to create facilities for deserving people in cold weather where they are being provided with warm clothes and 10 kg bag of flour free of cost.
Mian Khalid Mehmood appealed to the people that the excess items lying in the houses, blankets, sheets, shoes etc. should be deposited in Ehsas Bazaar so that the deserving people can take whatever they want according to their need. Vaccination against coronavirus has been provided.