SAPM: (Phase-wise Ehsaas survey continues across the country: Dr Sania)

ISLAMABAD:Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Poverty Alleviation Dr Sania Nishtar has said that phase-wise Ehsaas Survey continues across the country to register deserving families in different programmes.

 

Giving her replies to various queries at twitter on Sunday, she said registration desks are also being set up at Tehsil level to facilitate the deserving people.

 

She said in the first phase of Ehsaas Kifalat program, payment is being disbursed among four point three million registered women.

 

Dr Sania Nishtar said payment can be received only through biometric verification at ATM cabin of designated bank without debit card.

 

She said each registered woman is being provided 12000 rupees as first installment.

SAPM: (General Elections in GB to be held in transparent manner: Chan)

ISLAMABAD:Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Parliamentary Coordination Nadeem Afzal Chan has assured that the general election of Gilgit-Baltistan will be held in free, fair and transparent manner.

 

Talking to a private news channel, he urged all political parties to avoid leveling baseless allegations of rigging before holding of elections as everyone is carrying out election campaign freely by holding public gatherings.

SAPM: (Dr Moeed, Haider discuss matters pertaining to Kashmir dispute)

ISLAMABAD:Azad Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on National Security Dr Moeed Yusuf at a meeting here on Thursday discussed matters pertaining to Kashmir dispute.

 

They expressed concerns over the belligerent and irresponsible posture of India.

SAPM: (Dr Faisal asks people to adhere to precautionary measures against COVID-19)

ISLAMABAD:Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on National Health Services Dr Faisal Sultan has asked the people to adhere to precautionary measures against COVID-19.

 

Talking to media persons here on Wednesday, he said it is important to avoid the spread of the pandemic.

SAPM: (SOPs must for combating COVID-19: Dr Sultan)

ISLAMABAD:Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on National Health Services Dr Faisal Sultan has said that re-emergence of coronavirus can pose threat to the people’s health if necessary measures are not taken in time.

 

In an interview with a private television channel, he said strict implementation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) is must to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Dr Faisal said wearing mask could help minimize the effects of the virus. He stressed the need for implementation of the SOPs through local administration to protect public from the virus.

SAPM: (Govt’s top priority to promoting eco-tourism for environmental sustainability: SAPM)

ISLAMABAD:Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Climate Change, Malik Amin Aslam, has said that promoting eco-tourism for environmental sustainability is among top priorities of the government.

 

He was addressing the inaugural ceremony of reopening of the 129 years old historical ‘Moto Tunnel’, an historical and archaeological tourist attraction in the picturesque and biodiversity-rich Ayubia National Park in Abbottabad.

 

He said unsustainable and exploitative tourism practices in various parts of the country have badly harmed local fragile ecosystems. Malik Amin Aslam said the government is taking all-out measures to usher in sustainable models of eco-tourism in consultation with local partners and communities as a part of Prime Minister’s vision for Clean and Green Pakistan.

 

(Pakistan to support global leaders’ pledge at Biodiversity Summit: Amin)

Islamabad:Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam has said that Pakistan would support the global leaders’ pledge at the UN’s maiden Summit for Biodiversity 2020.

In a press release on Sunday, he said to restore the balance with nature, the governments and the European Union have rolled out a 10-point pledge to counteract the damage to ecosystems that underpin human health and wellbeing. Malik Amin Aslam said we have no chance to dither and delay, for biodiversity loss happening today and it is happening at a much faster pace.