BISP devises mechanism to benefit remote areas

Challas—Chairperson Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) Marvi Memon on Tuesday said that a comprehensive mechanism had been devised to benefit deserving women and priority would be given to those hailing from far flung areas. Addressing women at the Girls High School Challas during her visit she said that women could earn through their skills and handicrafts.
Marvi Memon said the government was taking concrete steps to make the programme transparent. There were a few problems in the previous survey so a new survey was being conducted in that regard, she added. On the directive of Prime Minister each deserv-ing woman was enrolled in BISP programme without any political affiliation.
She said that a new survey was being conducted in the country to enroll maximum deserving women in BISP pro-gramme. She directed the Challas BISP officials to upload the pictures of handicrafts and clothes at website for effective marketing. She said that far flung areas were being given priority to help the deserving women having limited sources of income.
Addressing another gathering at Boys High School Challas she said that it was also the duty of local people to make the new BISP survey transparent and successful. Parliamentary Secretary Health Gilgit Baltistan Haji Haider Khan and Divisional President PML-N Haji Khan-dal Shah were also present on the occasion.— APP

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