Children of PBM orphanage take part in PM’s plantation drive

Zubair Qureshi

The orphan Children of the Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM) Dar-ul-Ehsaas took part in the Prime Minister’s campaign for Clean & Green Pakistan by planting saplings in the grassy area adjacent to Faizabad Interchange here in Islamabad.

Managing Director (MD) of the PBM, Malik Zaheer Abbas Khokhar also participated in the plantation ceremony along with children.

Some 200 children participated in the plantation ceremony and planted more than 200 saplings.

The activity was participated not only by the PBM’s Dar-ul-Ehasas school but students of the PBM Schools for the rehabilitation of Child Laborers also joined them in the activity.

Malik Zaheer Abbas further said the Prime Minister of Pakistan has taken this task as a challenge to protect our country from deforestation, extreme weather conditions, pollution, carbon emission, flooding and to overcome global warming; that also demands an animated contribution of the whole nation at large.

Talking about the participant children, the Managing told that PBM is running PBM’s 51 orphanages “Dar-ul-Ehsaas” in various districts of the country to accommodate the poor orphan children.

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