Siraj visits Hamza Foundation, donates bloodSeptember 29, 2013
Peshawar: The KP Senior Minister for Finance and Parliamentary Leader of JI Sirajul Haq has said our provincial govt soon after coming at the helm of affairs set a new history of budget making by evolving visionary provincial budget as well as revived the memory of Righteous Caliph era by dividing budget in three major portions of welfare, development and administration that he asserted was country wide acclaimed.
He revealed that coming year budget would be completely tax free, welfare and developmental wherein special incentives would be announced for cross section of life like those in developed countries to lay foundation of long dreamt Islamic welfare society. He also hinted at allocating colossal funds for NGOs serving the suffering humanity in future.
He was addressing a function after visiting Hamza Foundation at University Town Peshawar and meeting the ailing children suffering from blood related diseases and their parents there.
On this occasion the Senior Minister announced Rs 5 lakh grant for the Foundation and donated his blood as well. District Amir JI Behrullah Advocate, Prof Ismail and Ijaz Khan, CE HF, also accompanied him on this occasion. Sirajul Haq appreciated achievements of HF in short span of 8 years after its formation during previous MMA govt.
He said that saving lives of thousands of Thalassaemia suffering children and inculcating spirit of human sympathy among youth by organizing blood donation camps in educational institutions was worthwhile service of humanity.
He assured his all out support to such welfare organizations and called upon the people especially philanthropists to generously encourage its charitable activities by donating them their blood and cash amounts of “Zakat/Khairat”.
Earlier the Senior Minister enquired after health of ailing children admitted there by visiting each and every of them and talking to their parents and distributed juices and gifts among them. He also lauded spirit of the volunteers working there.