Sarwar announces mass wedding

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Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has announced to arrange mass-wedding ceremony of orphans and needy couples in collaboration with philanthropists. First mass-wedding ceremony will be held at Governor House next month (February), while ten per cent quota will also be allocated for minorities in this regard.
According to details, a meeting of special committee was held with Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar in the chair here at Governor House on Thursday. Chief Minister’s Complaint Cell Vice Chairman Nasir Suleman, Badshahi Mosque’s Khateeb Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad, LPG Association’s Chairman Irfan Khokhar, Mian Saeed Ahmed Deray Wala, Farrukh Chughtai, social worker Shah Rukh Jamal, Chaudhry Mohammad Jamil and others participated in the meeting.
On this occasion, Governor Chaudhry Sarwar said that orphans and needy couples belonging to Lahore and other cities will be wedded with the cooperation of philanthropists and first phase of the mass-wedding will be held at Governor House in February. Keeping in view basic domestic needs, the newly-wed couples will be presented all necessary amenities and Inshaallah, this sacred deed will continue on permanent basis with the help of wealthy people, and the d philanthropists must also contribute to the maximum since there cannot be a greater service than public service because Allah Almighty made those friends, who cared for the orphans and helpless people. Special quota will also be allocated in the mass-wedding for minorities and they will not be left alone at any cost.