Students visit Panahgah Briefed about services being provided to needy persons

Zubair Qureshi

As part of the ‘Friends of Panahgah Membership Campaign’ students and teachers of the Rawalpindi Grammar School visited G-9/4 Panahgah and examined various facilities being provided.

Prime Minister’s Focal Person for Panahgah Naseem-ur-Rehman welcomed the delegation.

Friends of Panahgah Membership Campaign is a programme to introduce the concept of the Panahgah to the society, students and the youth of Pakistan to inculcate in them the spirit of community service.

The students were told how the project of Panahgah was coined and initiated by the Prime Minister of Pakistan with a vision that no one would sleep in the country without food or shelter and the Panahgah was established in far.

A meticulously selected group of students and teachers of Grammar School Rawalpindi participated in an interactive Session conducted by the Prime Minister’s Focal Person Naseemur Rehman at the G-9 premises.”

According to Naseemur Rehman, students evinced keen interest in the safety, security and sustainability aspects of Panahgahs and pledged support for the public service initiative dedicated to serve the poor daily wage earners.

They were told the Panahgah served people two meals a day and provided homeless persons shelters during night.

PM’s Focal Person Naseem ur Rehman urged the students to actively participate in the community service and look for ways to help the poor and the deserving people in their neighbourhood, street or society at large.

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