LAHORE: Punjab Caretaker Local Government Minister Ibrahim Murad announced that the number of young people registered as local government volunteers across Punjab has surpassed expectations, with over 20,000 individuals signing up.
The details suggest that this figure is double the initial target of 10,000 volunteers set for this initiative.
Minister Ibrahim Murad expressed his satisfaction at the overwhelming response, stating that the significant participation of young people reflects both their trust in government policies and their strong passion for social service.
With only three days remaining until the registration deadline on May 31, he urged more youth to come forward and actively contribute to the country’s development.
Murad assured participants that their services would be duly recognized. Volunteers will receive experience certificates, appreciation letters, and official documents acknowledging their valuable contributions.
The minister emphasized that these volunteers would play a crucial role in addressing local issues promptly and ensuring the efficient delivery of high-quality municipal services.
Furthermore, the volunteers will actively contribute to the timely completion of ongoing development projects in their areas.
Besides, they will also organize sports competitions, cultural programs, and recreational activities at the local level, fostering a sense of community and engagement.
Murad noted that the participation of these dedicated volunteers will contribute significantly to the overall progress and well-being of Punjab.
Source: The News