Sindh Governor says State has failed to ensure welfare of people
The state had failed in providing employment and fulfilling the fundamental needs of underprivileged families – Tessori
Charitable organizations have emerged as the last hope for the people living below the poverty line – NGO holds its program at Governor House
Sindh Governor Kamran Tessori has said that bona fide charities and non-profits have come to the rescue of the destitute people in the country suffering from unprecedented inflation after state and successive governments failed to ensure their welfare.
Sindh Governor stated this while speaking as the chief guest at a seminar on “Entrepreneurship: much needed for the national economy” organized by the National Forum for Environment and Health (NFEH) here at the Governor House on Friday, says a press release issued by NFEH.
The Governor acknowledged that the state had failed in providing employment and fulfilling the fundamental needs of underprivileged families as charitable organizations had emerged as the last hope for the people living below the poverty line.
He acknowledged that underprivileged families had to face unbearable economic conditions due to massive increase in inflation as the head of a family earning a few thousand rupees every month didn’t have the means to fulfill all the basic needs of the people in his house.
He appealed to the concerned philanthropists and affluent people to generously donate to the sincere and committed charities in the country to help them serve the downtrodden communities in the best possible manner. “Every resourceful person in society has to come forward and play its due role in the present dire situation to lessen the sufferings of the deprived families,” said the Governor.
He also appreciated the various initiatives started by the commercial and industrial entities under the concept of corporate social responsibility for the uplift of the deprived communities in the country. (PR)