Prime Minister Inaugurated Shelter Home, constructed by Madinah Foundation

Honourable Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr Imran Khan visited Faisalabad and inaugurated a ‘Panahgah’ (Shelter Home) at General Bus Stand on January 03, 2020. Prime Minister unveiled the plaque and cut the ribbon at Panahgah, constructed by the Madinah Foundation. Chief Minister of Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar, Federal Minister for Planning and Development Mr Asad Umar, Chairman Madinah Foundation Mian Muhammad Hanif (SI), Deputy Commissioner Faisalabad Mr Muhammad Ali, CEO 92 News Media Group Mian Muhammad Rasheed, Chairman BoG The University of Faisalabad Muhammad Haider Amin and others were also present on the occasion. Prime Minister took round of the Panahgah and met people staying there. He also inquired about the facilities being provided to them. The PM also had meal with the people/passengers in the dining hall of Panahgah. The people expressed their pleasure over having prime minister among them. Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan was briefed by Mian Muhammad Hanif (SI), Chairman, Madinah Foundation, about the project, its cost and accommodation facilities at Panahgah. The Prime Minister was also briefed about the steps taken by the district administration, in collaboration with Madinah Foundation for delivering fresh vegetables to the public at government fixed rates through Mobile App by Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Ali. A memorandum of understanding was also signed between the District Administration and Madinah Foundation on the occasion. The Panahgah has the capacity to accommodate more than 350 people. The Panahgah consists of three halls (one each for males, females and transgenders), two prayer halls, two dining halls, library, Prayer room, 18 washrooms, a kitchen/store room for food, manager office, security offices for male and females. Federal Minister Mr Asad Umar, who was also at the inauguration, said that he and the prime minister both liked the “Aloo Goshat” at the shelter house. The prime minister said “it was cooked better than at the Prime Minister’s House”.