Lets start the new year by succoring the disabled says Christian lawmaker

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Government must take efficacious steps in order to succor the disabled people. “Let’s start this new year by helping disabled people,” said MNA Khalil George. He said the Federal government has been keenly working in this regard in order to ensure facilities being made available for the disabled and people with special needs.

Christians in Quetta

Member National Assembly Khalil George who hails from the ruling party Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz said that the country is right on the path to prosperity and progress owing to the effectual policies by the current government. He was speaking to the media during a ceremony where he distributed financial assistance to people. Christian lawmaker holds the office of the Parliamentary Secretary for Interfaith Affairs.

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This ceremony was held at the Quetta Press Club, where MNA Khalil George presented a motorcycle and a cheque to a disabled man namely Kashif. At this occasion, he presented a cheque to another Christian widow of martyred police man Mushtaq Masih. While talking to media, Christian lawmaker said that he wanted to start the new year with a noble deed and that God has enabled him to carry out this plan.

“We are proud to be Pakistanis, our country is held in great honor in the entire world. He said that because of the positive policies of the government, our country is on its way to prosperity. He said that completion of the CPEC project will help eradicate joblessness; not only in Balochistan but in the entire country.

He said that disabled people are also integral parts of our society. These people need to be upheld and looked after. Our government is taking steps to facilitate such people so that they can live their lives with dignity and honor.

He said that he pays homage to all those who have lost their lives in order to maintain peace and order in the country. He acknowledged the sacrifice of Mushtaq Masih who had lost his life during duty when terrorists opened indiscriminate fire outside a mosque. “We will never forget him,” he said.