ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said the government is working on a project to provide shelter to needy people, especially those, who are compelled to spend nights on roads and footpaths.
Talking to a delegation of World Memon Organization in Islamabad on Tuesday, he said first project of this kind is to be built in Lahore on state land, where travelers and needy people will be provided temporary shelter and two-time meal.
The Prime Minister asked the delegation that well-off people can start such kind of projects in Karachi.
He said the government will take benefit of Memon community’s experience and capacity for the development and progress of the country and improvement of social sector.
Imran Khan also lauded services of the Memon community in the social sector and for the development and progress of Pakistan.
The delegation congratulated Imran Khan for assuming office of the Prime Minister and said that his leadership is a ray of hope not only for Pakistan, but for the whole Ummah.
It said three million Memon community spread across the globe will play its due role in materializing Prime Minister’s vision for New Pakistan.
The delegation assured the Prime Minister that Memon community is with the government for the construction of five million housing units, besides supporting in health, education, and social sectors.
The community will also present a plan to the government for the establishment of incubation centers to promote information technology in the country.