LAHORE, Dec 22 (APP):Pakistan Baitul Maal Managing Director Aon Abbas Buppi on Saturday said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government had put in place special measures for the welfare of minorities.

Addressing a cheque distribution ceremony among disabled
Christian people at Naulakha Presbyterian Church, he said
that Baitul Maal was putting efforts to work for the betterment
of people. All minorities would be provided with equal
opportunities in “new Pakistan” and there would be no
discrimination on any basis, he maintained.
The MD said that the department was providing all
facilities to the people without any discrimination,
creed and religion, adding that cheques were distributed
among disabled people without keeping in view of their
political affiliation.
He said that facilities including medical assistance,
educational scholarships for higher education and others
would be provided to the minorities as it was responsibility
of the government to ensure equal opportunities for every
citizen.
Aon Abbas Buppi said, the government under the leadership
of Prime Minister Imran Khan was working day and night to put
the country on road to progress and prosperity, adding that
dream of ‘Naya Pakistan’ would soon be fulfilled.
Later, he distributed cheques of Rs 10,000 each among
40 disabled Christian people and also cut Christmas cake.
Meanwhile, the Baitul Maal MD visited Kot Lakhpat Jail
and paid the fines of 21 prisoners involved in minor crimes.
Addressing on the occasion, he said that the criminals
after being released from jail would bring a positive change
in their behaviour and lives.
The released prisoners would make efforts to earn
livelihood with honesty and hard work, he maintained.