Moonis asks govt to release funds to edu institutions for SOPs implementation
August 26, 2020 05:38 PM
“The Pakistan Muslim League and Eco Friends workers have rendered unprecedented relief and mitigation services during the coronavirus crisis. They have risked their own lives to save the masses from the deadly virus and provide a large number of protective equipment including face masks, sanitizers, etc and propagate pandemic awareness across Punjab.”
PML has also provided a huge quantity of direly needed protective coveralls, face masks, sanitizers and gloves to Rescue 1122 workers in Punjab for their health and safety.
These views were expressed by the Pakistan Muslim League senior central leader, MNA Moonis Elahi when briefed about the outcomes of the PML workers’ video conference organised on the topic of Disaster Management on Wednesday.
The briefing was given to him by PML-Q advisor and national team leader of Eco Friends Rizwan Mumtaz Ali.
During the briefing, Moonis Elahi especially lauded Rizwan Mumtaz Ali's role-model efforts in strengthening empathy and team culture in PML and transforming party workers' groups into cohesive teams.
At the end of the briefing, Moonis Elahi directed Eco Friends to launch a SOPs training programme in Punjab educational institutions from 15 September, the date of their reopening.
The PML-Q leader also urged the Punjab government to release funds without delay to provincial educational institutions for effective implementation of the SOPs.
Earlier the PML workers' video conference was attended by Zubair Ahmad Khan, Syed Bilal Sherazi, Ghulam Mustafa Malik, Malik Zulfiqar Pappan, Sohail Cheema, Syed Shakir Hussain Shah, Irfan Ehsan, Husnain Naseer, Haq Nawaz Sanghla, Arif Khan Rokhri, Noor Samand Bhatti, Tariq Majeed Ch, Shahid Dhair and Iqra Uzair.