Sat. Oct 31st, 2020

BISP cards distributed in Gulmit

By Ghulam Nasir

 Gulmit, August 24: 110 cards pf Benazir Income Support Program were distributed among deserving women, at the Post Office building of Gulmit. Assistant superintendent of Gilgit GPO distributed the cards in the presence of local notables, representatives and administration officials. Prominent among those who attended the program were Ghulam Abbas, Mutabiat Shah, Ghulam Muhammad and Karim Khan, among others.

A total of 145 forms were filled out of which 110 have been accepted under the scheme. Under this scheme deserving women get a monthly allowance of rupees 3, 000.

2 thoughts on “BISP cards distributed in Gulmit

  1. Perfect timing…..and perfect show to start de election campaign with……. heard about Ghulam Mohd and Karim Khan……. who are Ghulam Abbas and Mutabiat shah………????

    One improtant point as well, has the PPP (Hunza) decided about their candidate for the upcoming election..??

    Islamabad me Zardari Khappay te Hunza me kon Khappay…???

  2. “However, it is an irony that no action was taken against Sohail Saqlain, the health secretary, for abusing and physically assaulting public representatives and local elders at the civil hospital, Gulmit, a few weeks ago. Photographic proof of this ugly incident is available.”

    Just a quick observation on this particular paragraph, I remember when Mr. Qurban Jan was the Secretary Health and Local Governments in 2005 the “public representatives” especially from Gulmit, were complaining about his behavior. Our representatives also went to the extent that they approached various newspapers, including DAWN to tell the people how bad Mr. Jan treated them, insulted not only them, but also their entire constituency. Dawn including various local newspapers published stories what had happened. They were sort of telling the entire bureaucrat community what should be the ethics of talking to public representatives. Not only this that they used their links to the news reporters and office bearers to quench their rage but also approached certain groups to teach him a lesson. I was wondering if our representatives are doing anything in this matter. Are they approaching someone at Dawn or the News in order to get the pictures (Photographic proofs) published or just keeping them posted on the book of their political career record?
    Another thing, I am not sure if PT or any other local news paper/blog published this particular news before. If yes, well and good, if No, we got to think about it. A government servant come to our home, shows his meanness by abusing us, assaulting our elders and we just keep the photographic proof. Why can’t we tell the people through the media how have we been treated. Why can’t we discuss what should be our response to such events? What are we afraid of? If we are open and bold enough to criticize a public representative, Mr. Ghazanfar Khan why can’t we criticize a public servant- Mr. Sohail Saqlain?

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