PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday inaugurated a shelter home in the provincial capital for the homeless people.
According to details, the premier is on a day-long visit to Peshawar where he inaugurated a newly established shelter home located at Pajaggi road, Peshawar.
The prime minister also inspected different sections of the shelter home which has a capacity to provide roof to 150-200 people.
PM Khan was briefed on the free meal and medical facilities given by the shelter home to people while wheel chairs are also arranged for the disabled or elderly citizens, Radio Pakistan reported. The premier was further told that uninterrupted supply of electricity has been ensured in the shelter home.
Later today, PM Khan will attend a special meeting of the provincial cabinet wherein he will be apprised of the 100-day plan of the KP’s government.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Shah Farman and Chief Minister Mahmood Khan will also be present during the meeting.
It is worth mentioning here that PM Imran Khan earlier on November 10 had laid the foundation of a shelter home project in Lahore. The project is aimed at housing a number of homeless people who usually spend nights on footpaths or other places in different areas of the provincial capital.