LAHORE, Jun 15 (APP):The Punjab government has set aside Rs 630 million as development
budget for 23 ongoing and new schemes in the financial year 2020-21.
According to the budget documents, out of total allocation Rs 530 million has been
allocated for 20 ongoing schemes, including construction of building of Shelter Home in
Hafizabad, construction of building of Shelter Home in Narowal, missing facilities at
Social Welfare Complex, Lahore, establishment of Musafir Khana at different locations
of Lahore, strengthening and capacity building of planning wing of Directorate General
SE & BM, Punjab, Lahore, construction of building of Shelter Home in Sheikhupura,
construction of building of Shelter Home in Kasur, construction of building of Shelter
Home in Multan, construction of building of Shelter Home in Lodhran, establishment
of Pannah Gah at Taunsa Shareef, D.G Khan, establishment of Qasar e Behbood in
Muzaffargarh, rehabilitation/restoration of Burnt & Damaged Unit of Office of DGSW Punjab,
Disabled Person Management Information System (Management Information Systems for Social
Welfare Department), provision of missing facilities in the existing institutions of the
Social Welfare Department across the Punjab Phase-I, Provision of missing facilities in
existing institutions of the Social Welfare Department across Punjab (Phase-II), establishment
of Centre for Disabled (Nasheman) in Faisalabad & BAhawalpur, upgradation of existing
Sanatzars and Qasr e Behboods (Pilot), establishment of Panah Gah at all divisional HQ
across the Punjab-Phase-I, establishment of violence against Women Centre (VAWC)
at divisional HQ in Rawalpindi and Lahore division, up-gradation of Model Children
Homes (M&F) Bahawalpur and DG Khan.
However, 100 million rupees have been allocated for three new schemes- establishment
of Panah Gah at all divisional HQ across the Punjab Phase-I in FAisalabad, establishment of
Pannah Gah at all divisional HQ across the Punjab phase -I in Sahiwal, establishment of
Pannah Gah at all divisional HQ across the Punjab phase-I in Multan.