LAHORE: Appearing on the orders of the Punjab Ombudsman retired Maj. Azam Suleman Khan, Punjab Benevolent Fund (PBF) has launched pending dues of Rs4.8 million to 69 seekers.
In an announcement issued on Sunday, a spokesman for the Workplace of the Ombudsman mentioned that 44 college students from 16 districts of Punjab have additionally been given academic scholarships of round Rs2 million rupees to proceed their research unhindered by monetary challenges.
The spokesman famous the fund has paid round Rs1.4 million in marriage grants to 14 separate complainants who approached the regional places of work of the company of their districts for the discharge of their long-awaited quantities.
In the meantime, these places of work additionally mediated to make sure the discharge of the month-to-month grant, in addition to clearing pending dues of Rs0.93 million to 5 candidates from Faisalabad, Jhang, Multan and Rawalpindi districts.
The spokesman additional mentioned that Rs0.34 million have been paid to 3 completely different complainants of Faisalabad, Bhakkar and Mianwali within the head of funeral grant, whereas Muhammad Azhar Gulshan of Bahawalpur and Rafiq Ahmad of Multan have been given a complete of Rs0.22 million as a farewell grant by the fund.