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YEAR BOOK 2005 – 2006

GOVERN MENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF MINORITIES MINORITIES AFFAIRS DIVISION ISLAMABAD

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Message From Minister for Minorities
With the minorities Affairs Division in the second year of its having been set up as a separate Ministry, I can say this with great pleasure that the step of the Government to establish a full-fledged organization especially for Minorities has been a very significant administrative decision. With the focus solely on the welfare and protection of the Minorities, in order to deal with issues relating to them, the Ministry has been able to generate good will and substantive results both in terms of practical measures taken and positive image of Pakistan for the foreign observation during official visits to Pakistan and vice-versa. Our commitment to the mission statement of Minorities Affairs Division is reaffirmed with the launching of the second Year Book for the year 2005-2006. We have made a few additions in this year book to include wider scope of activities as has been taken during the year in order to substantiate our goals and also to give our reader new dimensions of actions in keeping with our objectives. We continue our efforts to ameliorate and improve conditions for minorities living in Pakistan and together we look forward to a better tomorrow for all of us, Inshallah. (Ijazul Haq) Minister

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Message from Minister of State for Minorities Affairs

It is my pleasure and honour to have the opportunity to convey my feelings being a representative of Pakistani Minorities, through this yearbook.

The step of setting up of a separate ministry for minorities was a reflection upon government’s determination and dedication towards addressing the multifarious problems being faced by the minority communities of Pakistan. Appointment of a Minister of State from minority communities in addition to the Federal Minister is another step towards achieving that goal.

A brief overview of the policies made and practical measures taken during the year 2005-2006 is presented in this yearbook, which reflects upon the performance of the Ministry. There may have been a number of shortcomings, keeping in view the fact that the Ministry is still in its infancy. But we are optimistic that with our continuous endeavors and feed back from readers we will work together towards creating an environment of harmony and peace for all the citizens of Pakistan. (Prof. Mushtaq Victor) Minister for State

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FOREWORD It has been two years since Minorities Affairs Division has been working as an independent Ministry. Last year, we presented the first yearbook of the Ministry i.e. for the year 2004-2005 where we made an effort to help the readers gain an insight into the vision, objectives, working and achievements of this Ministry. We are proud to present the second yearbook for the year 2005-2006 after the completion of another successful year.

The Ministry is still in the process of evolution. Through this yearbook, we have made an effort to bring to light the progress we have made during the past year, keeping in view the main objective, i.e., the welfare and uplift of the Minorities.

Any feedback for bringing improvement/change is most welcome. (Sharif Ahmad) Secretary

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Message from Minister for Minorities Message from Minister of State for Minorities Forward Introduction Mission Statement Functions Socio Economic Development Special Fund For The Welfare and Uplift Of Minorities Small Development Schemes Schemes Approved During 2005-06 Scope of Development Schemes for Financial Year 2005-06 Repair / Maintenance / Renovation / Protection of Holy / Worship Places Support to NGOs working for the Welfare of Minorities Basic Amenities Sui Gas, Electricity, Soling / Drains and Roads Financial Assistance Special Fund For The Welfare and Uplift Of Minorities (Scholarships) National Cultural Award for Minorities National Commission for Minorities Constitution of Interfaith Harmony Committees at District Level International Liaison Evacuee Trust Property Board Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) Functions of Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) Constitution of Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) Facilities Provided to Sikh / Hindu Yatrees Goals and Targets Development Schemes approved by the Development Committee during 2005-06 List of Awardees of National Cultural Award iv

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Appendices

INTRODUCTION
To protect the rights of minorities as envisaged under the Constitution of Pakistan, the Ministry of Minorities was established in September 2004. Since then the Ministry is working for the betterment and uplift of various religious minorities in Pakistan.

MISSION STATEMENT
The Ministry in the light of role assigned to it has set for itself the mission as below: “Promotion of welfare of minorities, safeguarding their rights, protection against discrimination, upkeep of their religious places/ properties and expeditious socio-economic uplift of all minorities without any discrimination”.

FUNCTIONS
In terms of Rule (3) Item 21(B) Schedule-II to the Rules of Business, 1973, the Ministry has been entrusted with the following functions:-

a. b. c. d.

Safeguarding the rights of minorities; Promotion of welfare of minorities; Protection of minorities against discrimination; Representation of Pakistan in international bodies and conferences relating to minorities, including U.N. Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination to Minorities;

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International Agreements and commitments in respect of minorities and their implementation; All other matters relating to minorities; Evacuee Trust Property Board; and Policy and legislation with regard to evacuee trust property.

f. g. h.

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The Articles – 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28, and 36 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan provide full protection to all citizens of Pakistan without any discrimination of colour, creed, cult, language or gender. Other than Muslims all religious groups in Pakistan who represent 3.72% of the total population are enjoying equal rights under the aegis of constitution of the country.

To uphold constitutional commitment Government of Pakistan has allocated a special fund for the minorities. This fund ensures that the minorities do not feel left out and are assisted throughout the year by the Government in concrete schemes, which could not be reflected in PSDP. Two parts of the fund operative in this Ministry are: (i) (ii) Special Fund for Uplift of Minorities (Development Schemes); Special Fund for Welfare of Minorities (Scholarship).

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SPECIAL FUND FOR THE WELFARE AND UPLIFT OF MINORITIES.
A non-lapsable ‘Special Fund for the uplift of minorities’ is operative in this Ministry since 1985. The Federal Government provided an allocation of Rs.70 million to this fund in its annual budget 2005-2006. This fund was utilized for the following purposes: a) b) Small development schemes for minorities. Financial assistance to needy individuals (minorities) 3 70% 30%

Those funds were utilized through the active participation of elders of the minorities and on the recommendations of parliamentarians. Small Development Schemes A detailed Accounting Procedure authorizes a development committee to approve the schemes received from the provincial governments/community leaders, minorities members of parliament etc. The development committee comprising the following:1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Minister for Minorities Secretary, Ministry of Minorities Joint Secretary (Minorities) Financial Advisor to the M/o Minorities Representative of Pak. PWD Chief / Deputy Chief, Planning & Development Deputy Secretary (A/M), M/o Minorities Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Secretary

Prior to the induction of the present elected regime, funds were being spent on recommendations of the provincial

governments. However, as a result of introduction of joint electorate system in the general election held in October 2002, the minorities have the right to vote in electing MNAs on general seats. Consequently the MNAs have to respond to the expectations and aspirations of minorities, as they are an integral part of the constituency. Hence development schemes out of the Special Fund for the welfare and uplift of minorities also required consultation with all concerned MNAs. Therefore, funds are now being utilized through the active 4

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elders

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minorities,

on

the

recommendations of parliamentarian.

Provincial allocations out of the development fund are made on the basis of the minority population (according to latest census) of four provinces and are beside those implemented under other public sector development programme.

During the financial year 2005-2006, the development committee met once. A special focus was to prioritize those schemes that aimed at “greatest good to the greatest number” Detail is at Appendix-I.

SCHEMES APPROVED DURING 2005-2006 S. No. 1 2 3 4 Province Punjab Sindh NWFP Balochistan TOTAL No. of Schemes 26 10 05 01 42 Amount 14,733,969 5,401,700 3,461,000 1,200,000 24,796,669

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Scope of Development Schemes for F.Y 2005-06 The development committee schemes for the financial year 2005-06 primarily are focused in the following areas: i. Repair / maintenance / renovation / protection of holy / worship places of minorities; Support to NGOs working for the Welfare of Minorities; and Basic amenities, Sui Gas, Electricity, Soling / drains and Roads.

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Repair/maintenance/renovation/protection of holy/worship places Twenty-one development schemes were approved in the minority populated area i.e. Lahore, Gujranwala, Sheikhupura, Kasur, Rawalpindi, Pattoki, Bahawalnagar, Sanghar Mirpurkhas, Larkana and Mansehra. These schemes were necessary for improving ambiance of 6

worshiping places for the minorities in the country. There is a dire need of preservation and maintenance of worship places and protection from illegal encroachment.

The completion of these schemes would ensure not only facilitation for religious ceremonies, maintenance of religious places that are in a dilapidated state either due to neglect or poverty of the concerned community, but would also earn good will and brotherhood that will emanate as a result of these schemes. Support to NGOs working for the Welfare of Minorities The development committee for supply of sewing machines approved 01 development scheme to minority NGOs, in the minority populated area of Districts, Gujranwala. Basic amenities, Sui Gas, Electricity, Soling/drains and Roads Various far-flung areas such as villages in Swat, Tirah, Gujranwala have basic amenities, such as paved streets, soling/drainage some of the densely populated area of Karachi & Islamabad also do not provide basic necessities to the minorities areas. The measures taken under various 09 small schemes during the current year could provide immediate relief to the target areas.

Financial Assistance In continuation of the policy and main objective of this Ministry i.e welfare of minorities, Financial Assistance was granted to a number of deserving minority individuals this year as well. Moreover, in order to help poor minority individuals celebrate their religious festivals, 7

financial help was granted on occasion like Christmas, Easter Holi and Bisakhi, etc.

The category wise break up of financial assistance disbursed during the financial year 2005-2006 is given below: Year 2005 2006 Total No of persons 3581 3112 6693 Amount in Rupees 8,040,995 (Through Minister) 11,359,457 (Through MNA’s) 19,400,452

SPECIAL FUND FOR THE MINORITIES (SCHOLARSHIPS)

WELFARE

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Special Fund for the welfare of minorities (Scholarships) is operating in the Ministry since 1985. The fund is meant for the uplift and advancement of educational status of the minority communities. The spirit behind the scholarship scheme is optimal usage of talent in educational institutions so that the students belonging to minority communities could prove themselves as asset for the country. The amount spent on grant of scholarships during the financial year 20052006 is given below. No. of Students 7,565 Amount 10,794,800

As per procedure, applications for scholarships are invited through press each year. These applications after thorough scrutiny are processed and scholarships are awarded to eligible students.

The following rates of scholarships to various categories of students are under consideration in Finance Division as the Ministry of Minorities has suggested significant increase in these rates:8

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi)

Primary level (Class I-V) Secondary level (Class VI-X) Intermediate level (FA, F.Sc, Technical Schools) Degree level (BA, B.Sc, B.Com. & B.Ed. etc) Post Graduate level (M.A. M.Sc. M.Com etc) Professional Medical/ Engineering Colleges

Rs. 50/- p.m. Rs.100/- p.m. Rs.150/- p.m. Rs.200/- p.m. Rs.250/- p.m. Rs.300/- p.m

National Cultural Award for Minorities
The Government of Pakistan introduced “National Cultural Award Scheme” for promotion and preservation of culture of minorities since 1976. Under this scheme, a certificate and cash prize of Rs. 50,000/- are granted in the fields of literature, education, medicine, engineering, performing arts, folk arts, computer sciences and sports. On the recommendation of National Commission of Minorities an additional award in the area of “ Interfaith Harmony” has been introduced. So far 92 persons have been granted National Cultural Award for Minorities (Appendix-II)

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National Commission for Minorities
In compliance with Cabinet’s decision of 1993, a high-powered National Commission for Minorities under chairmanship of Minister for Minorities was established to protect and safeguard religious, social and cultural rights of the minorities in Pakistan. The latest commission was re-constituted / notified on 26-06-2004. The commission consists of thirteen members including official & non-official members, with tenure of three years.

Last meeting of the Commission was held on 30-05-2006 in which the members discussed steps to be taken for protection of Minorities, requests for issuance of NOC for sale/purchase/transfer of communal property, reexamination of the scholarship scheme and National Cultural Awards Scheme.

National Cultural Awards Scheme has since been revised and changes have been incorporated as advised by the Commission while changes in the scholarship scheme are under process.

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Constitution of Interfaith Harmony Committees at District Level Government is extremely sensitive for protection of minority communities in Pakistan and has taken special steps in this regard. During the period of this report, Interfaith Harmony Committees have been constituted at district level throughout the country to create better understanding between the minority communities and the Muslims.

On the directions of Federal Government, the districts have devised their contingency plans to protect lives and properties of minorities in case of any untoward situation in their districts. Although sporadic events of terrorism against minorities occurred, but it is very encouraging to note that such events were largely condemned by Muslims and other religious communities of the country.

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International Liaison Since the Ministry is responsible for representation of Pakistan in International bodies and conferences relating to minorities and activities to prevent discrimination to minorities, the Ministry did its best to create a soft image of Pakistan through its liaison with international actors. In September, 2005 the following delegation of Christian Solidarity Worldwide visited 12

Pakistan and met President, Prime Minister, Minister for Minorities and other dignitaries of the country: 1) 2) 3) Mr. David Drew, Member, British Parliament (Labour) Mr. Jhon Bercow, Member, British Parliament (Conservative) Rt. Reverend John Perry, Former Anglican Bishop of Chelmsford Mr. Stuart Windsor, National Director of Christian Solidarity Worldwide. Mr. Ben Rogers, Advocacy Officer, South Asia, Christian Solidarity Worldwide.

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The basic purpose of the visit was to interact with Minority groups in Pakistan and to see their overall human rights situation. The delegation appreciated Government’s courageous stand on terrorism/extremism and the efforts of the Government of Pakistan to protect and promote the minorities.

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Similarly in November 2005, Archbishop of Canterbury visited Pakistan to attend the Episcopal Silver Jubilee of Dr. John Malik, Bishop of Lahore and Moderator Church of Pakistan. Most Reverent & Rt. Honorable Dr. Rowan Williams the Archbishop of Canterbury inter-alia his meeting with the President, Prime Minister and other dignitaries attended a dinner hosted by the Minister for Minorities. He emphasized on peaceful co-existence and interfaith dialogue. He appreciated Government’s commitment to fight against curse of bigotry and extremisms through dissemination of vision of enlightened moderation. The Ministry successfully conveyed positive message of our tolerant policies to our brethren from other communities in the global village.

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Evacuee Trust Property Board
Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB), a self-financing corporate body established under Evacuee Trust Properties (Management and Disposal) Act, 1975 (Act No. XIII of 1975) functions under the control of this Ministry.

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The Board is a self generating corporate body of the Ministry and is responsible for:¾ Management of evacuee trust properties on behalf of Federal Government ¾ Buying property with Federal government’s approval for augmenting the resources of ETP Board ¾ Disposal / transfer of trust properties with Federal Government’s approval ¾ Leasing and renting of ET Properties ¾ Maintenance of Hindu and Sikh Trust Shrines ¾ Facilities for Yatrees (Pilgrims) ¾ Grants-in-Aid for Social Welfare, Educational and Health purposes Development Projects on trust properties The Trust properties have been categorized as under: x x x x x x x x Shrines / Worship Places Agriculture trust properties. Urban trust properties. Properties Purchased/acquired with trust money. Sale proceeds of trust properties. Profit/income from trust properties (cash invested). Lease/rent money from trust properties. Any property exchanged with any evacuee trust property.

The Trust is responsible to look after the following religious shrines:PROVINCE PUNJAB NWFP SINDH BALOCHISTAN TOTAL GRAND TOTAL GURDWARAS MANDIRS 509 897 79 223 0 81 0 10 588 1221 1809 16

However the following Gurdwaras / Mandirs are active shrines where rituals are performed by the respective community:-

Name of Gurdwaras
S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Name of Gurdwaras Gurdwara Janam Asthan Gurdwara Sacha Sauda Gurdwara Rohi Sahib Gurdwara Dera Sahib Gurdwara Durbar Sahib Gurdwara Panja Sahib Gurdwara Bahi Joga Singh Location Nankana Sahib Farooqabad Eminabad Lahore Narowal Hassanabdal Peshawar

Name of Mandirs
S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Name of Mandirs Krishna Mandir Krishna Mandir Shive Mandir Kali Bari Mandir Katas Raj Sadhu Bela Location Rawalpindi Lahore Peshawar Peshawar Chakwal Sukkur

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PAKISTAN SIKH GURDWARA PARBANDHAK COMMITTEE (PSGPC)
On the persistent demand of Sikhs, the Federal Government approved the Scheme for Renovation, Maintenance and Preservation of Sikh Holy Shrines, 2004 on 24th March, 2004, providing, inter alia, establishment of Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) Advisory Committee and Liaison Committee.

FUNCTIONS OF PAKISTAN SIKH PARBANDHAK COMMITTEE (PSGPC)
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GURDWARA

Control, preservation, maintenance, renovation and repair of Sikh Gurdwaras. Supervision and control over langar arrangements. Collection of donations and maintenance of its accounts. Reception and farewell of yatrees. Removal of misunderstandings between Muslims and Sikhs. Conduct prayers, religious rites and Bhog in Gurdwaras according to Sikh religion.

b) c) d) e) f)

CONSTITUTION OF PAKISTAN SIKH PARBANDHAK COMMITTEE (PSGPC)

GURDWARA

The tenure of Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) is three years. The PSGPC is headed by a Pakistani Sikh comprising 9 Pakistani Sikhs as members, Chairman, ETP Board and Joint Secretary (Minorities) as ex-officio members.

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FACILITIES PROVIDED TO SIKH/HINDU YATREES
ETP Board makes all necessary arrangements to facilitate the Sikh/Hindu yatrees. About 30000 yatrees visit their holy shrines in Pakistan each year on four auspicious occasions.

GOALS AND TARGETS
As the Government has strong commitment to its programme of progress and prosperity for the people of Pakistan, the Ministries / Divisions have been assigned goals and targets with time line for their achievement in their respective areas of operation. The Ministry of Minorities in accordance with the instructions issued by the Prime Minister prepared its action plan comprising 11 goals and 41 targets for the period from 01-07-2005 to 30-062006. The status of these goals and targets is given below:-

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Goal No. 1:

Implementation of small schemes sponsored by Minority MNAs in the Development Committee.
Time Line Remarks

Targets Completion of feasibility reports of all small schemes received upto 30-09-2005 Approval of schemes by the Development Committee and release of funds Completion of feasibility reports of all small schemes received upto 31-12-2005 Approval of scheme by the Development Committee and release of funds

30-09-2005 Target Achieved 31-12-2005 Target Achieved 31-03-2006 Target Achieved 30-06-2006 Target Achieved

Goal No. 2:

Provide Financial Assistance to 3200 Needy individuals / Scholarships to 3200 deserving students.
Targets Time Line 30-09-2005 31-12-2005 31-03-2006 30-06-2006 Remarks Target Achieved Target Achieved Target Achieved Target Achieved

Financial help to 800 scholarships to students Financial help to 800 scholarships to students Financial help to 800 scholarships to students Financial help to 800 scholarships to students

needy individuals/800 needy individuals/800 needy individuals/800 needy individuals/800

Goal No. 3:

Maximum Revenue Property Board.
Time Line

Collection

by

Evacuee

Trust

Targets 19% of estimated Rs.425.686 million of current Revenue and 25% collection of Rs.163.025 million of Arrears. 25% of estimated Rs.425.686 million of Current Revenue and 25% of Rs.163.025 million of Arrears. 24% of estimated Rs.425.686 million of current Revenue and 25% of Rs.163.025 of Arrears

Remarks 18.1% recovery in current revenue achieved against the 30-09-2005 target of 19% and collection of arrears was 29% against the target of 25% 31-12-2005 Rs.130.16 million collected (90.5%)

Rs.226.424 million collected 31-03-2006 against target of Rs.142.941 million i.e. 158 %

32% of estimated Rs.425.686 Rs.194.162 million collected million of Current Revenue and 30-06-2006 against target of Rs.179.728 25% of Rs.163.025 million Arrears million i.e. 108%

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Goal No. 4:

Improvement and Renovation of Gurdwaras at Nankana Sahib.

Targets

Time Line i) ii) 30-09-2005

100% accumulative construction of Toilet Block. (38 bath rooms, 38 toilets). 31-12-2005

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31-03-2006 Completion of 82% accumulative work of two triple storey residential blocks. Completion of 100% accumulative work of two triple storey residential blocks.

Remarks 50% work completed Delayed due to shifting of overhead WAPDA lines, late provision of drawings and unforeseen sub-soil condition Expected to be completed during second quarter 85% completed Delayed due to late shifting of overhead WAPDA lines, late provision of drawings and unforeseen subsoil condition Target Achieved

30-09-2005

Target Achieved

31-12-2005

95% completed expected date of completion January, 2006 Accommodation- functional, 31-03-2006 finishes/final touches in progress

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Goal No. 5:

Improvement and Renovation of Gurdwara Punja Sahib, Hassanabdal.
Targets Time Line Remarks Work could not commence due to major change in design necessity due to low bearing capacity of soil and other unforeseen sub-soil condition. Excepted to be started during first week of November and completed by 4th October, 2006-07. Work could not be started due to major changes in design necessitated on account of unexpected subsoil conditions. Revised design and bills of quantities completed. Revised cost in Rs.15.00 million as against Rs.13.69 million original cost.

i) Completion of 30% construction work of double storey langer hall 30.09.2005 and dining room for 500 persons ii)

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Completion of 35% accumulative ii) construction work of double storey 31.12.2005 langer hall and dining room for 500 persons. iii)

Expected start of work 3rd iv) quarter 2005-06, completed by 2nd quarter, 2007. The Targets for the first two quarters of 2005-2006 could not be achieved due to major changes in design necessitated on account of Construction of triple story langer unexpected sub-soil conditions etc. hall and dining room for 500 persons 31.03.2006 Hence the ETP Board has revised the award of contract. schedule and also targets. The revised target of third quarter (January- March 2006) has been achieved. Completion of 15% accumulative construction work of triple storey Target Achieved langer hall and dining room for 500 30.06.2006 persons.

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Goal No. 6:

Improvement, Renovation and Gurdwaras /Mandirs, Lahore.

Rehabilitation

of

Targets

Time Line

Remarks

Completion of 50% accumulative work of rehabilitation and extension of 30-09-2005 Gurdwar at Choona Mandi, Lahore

Target Achieved

Completion of 100% i) 80% work completed accumulative work of 31-12-2005 ii) Expected date of completion rehabilitation and extension of February, 2006 Gurdwara at Choona Mandi, 31-03-2006 Target Achieved Lahore 75% progress achieved. Delayed due to rains and 30-09-2005 i) delayed issue of drawing by Completion of 100% designer. accumulative work of Excepted to be completed during ii) renovation/extension of Krishna the 2nd quarter. Mandir The work shall be completed by end 31-12-2005 of January, 2006 31-03-2006 i) Completion of 100% 30-09-2005 accumulative work of rehabilitation of Smadhi Sir Ganga Ram 31-12-2005 31-03-2006 Target Achieved 40% progress achieved.

Work delayed due to rains and ii) delay in the issue of drawing by the designer. iii) Excepted to be completed during the 2nd quarter.

The work shall be completed by end of January, 2006 Target Achieved

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Goal No. 7:

Improvement and Renovation of Sadu Bela Shrine, Sukkur.
Time Line Remarks

Targets Award of Tender for Repair, Maintenance and Restoration Works Completion of 60% Repair, Maintenance and Restoration Works Completion of 100% Repair, Maintenance and Restoration Works

30-09-2005 Target Achieved Only 20% work cold be completed. The deficiency is due to the fact that supervisory technical staff is not 31-12-2005 available. Against the vacant posts. NOC from Establishment Division is awaited. 31-03-2006 Target Achieved

Goal No. 8:

Improvement of Renovation of Evacuee Trust Property Office, Southern Zone, Karachi. Targets Time Line Remarks

Award of Tender 50% Completion of works 100% Completion of works
Goal No. 9:

30-09-2005 31-12-2005 31-03-2006

Target Achieved Target Achieved Target Achieved

Development of Trust Properties with commercial potential.
Time Line 30-09-2005 11 consultant prequalify Remarks

Targets Identification of properties for development ascertain potential, finalize development methodology, etc. Pre-qualification of panel of consultants for preparation of development plans and financial feasibility. Awards of development planning assignments to consultants. 1) Preparation of plans and approved by the Board 2) Preparation of individual terms & conditions of development and approval by the Board Offer properties for development. Receive and evaluate offers/bids. Approval by the Board and award of development work.

31-12-2005 31-12-2005

31-03-2006

3)

30-06-2006

The ETP Board has slightly changed the targets, which have been reflected in this report.. Achieved partial. Detailed progress detached.

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Goal No. 10:

Construction of three start hotels, one each at Dera Sahib, Lahore, Nankana Sahib and Punja Sahib, Hassanabdal.
Time Line 31-03-2006 Remarks The ETP Board has revised the schedule and also targets. The revised target of third quarter (January – March 2006) has been achieved. Partial detail progress attached.

Targets Preliminary planning & Architectural plans

Design, Drawings, BOQ, tendering

30-06-2006

Goal No. 11: Introduction and Adoption of E-Government Strategy.
Targets Establishment of office/server room under EGovernment Plan. Ducting/Cabling for LAN in the Ministry – delivery of equipments. Training of staff and officers regarding LAN To make the LAN operational Time Line 30-09-2005 31-12-2005 31-03-2006 30-06-2006 Remarks Target Achieved Target Achieved Target Achieved Target Achieved

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Appendix-I DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES APPROVED BY THE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE DURING 2005-06

S. No.

Name of scheme

MR. AKRAM M. GILL, MNA
1. BOUNDARY WALL CHRISTIAN GRAVEYARD AT GBLOCK GULSHAN RAVI, LAHORE Scheme was recommended by Mr. Akram M. Gill, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of 275,500/-. There are 1000 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to provide protection to the community graveyard from illegal encroachments. Completion of scheme at G-Block Gulshan Ravi, Lahore will ensure the privacy of the graveyard from the same. 2. BOUNDARY WALL CHRISTIAN GRAVEYARD, RITA ROAD, GUJRANWALA Scheme was recommended by Mr. Akram M. Gill, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of 200,000/-. There are 1500 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to provide protection to the community graveyard from illegal encroachments. Completion of scheme at Ritta Road Gujranwala will ensure the privacy of the graveyard from the same. 3. CONSTRUCTION OF CHURCH, HUDOKI MURIDKEY DISTT. SHEIKHUPURA Scheme was recommended by Mr. Akram M. Gill, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of 150,000/-. There are 1500 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. Completion of scheme will provide better facilities to the Christian communities for their religious ceremonies.

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RENOVATION OF CHRISTIAN VILLAGE PRIMARY SCHOOL, CHRISTIAN COLONY MUSTAFABAD, LILYANI DISTRICT KASUR Scheme was recommended by Mr. Akram M. Gill, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of 500,000/-. There are 2500 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. Completion of scheme will provide better education facilities to the students of the area.

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REMAINING WORK OF BOUNDARY WALL OF CHRISTIAN GRAVEYARD KOT RADHA KRISHAN TEHSIL & DISTRICT KASUR. Scheme was recommended by Mr. Akram M. Gill, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of 200,000/-. There are 2200 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to provide protection to the community graveyard from illegal encroachments. Completion of scheme at Radha Krishan District Kasur will ensure the privacy of the graveyard from the same.

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BOUNDARY WALL OF CHRISTIAN GRAVEYARD, VILLAGE MALLIAN KALAN, TEHSIL & DISTRICT SHEIKHUPURA. Scheme was recommended by Mr. Akram M. Gill, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of 250,000/-. There are 900 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area.

The objective of the scheme is to provide protection to the community graveyard from illegal encroachments. Completion of scheme at Malian Kalan District Sheikhupura will ensure the privacy of the graveyard from the same.

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RENOVATION OF CHURCH, J-BLOCK, GULSHAN RAI SANGIAN SATTAR, NEAR BAND ROAD, LAHORE. Scheme was recommended by Mr. Akram M. Gill, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of 200,000/-. There are 1500 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area.

Completion of this Church will provide better facilities to the Christian communities for their religious ceremonies. 8. BOUNDARY WALL OF CHRISTIAN GRAVEYARD AT GULO KALAN, YAHANABAD FEROZEPUR ROAD LAHORE. Scheme was recommended by Mr. Akram M. Gill, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of 300,000/-. There are 1500 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to provide protection to the community graveyard from illegal encroachments. Completion of scheme at Gulo Kalan, Yahanabad Ferozepur Road Lahore will ensure the privacy of the graveyard from the same.

MRS. ASIYA NASIR MNA 9 CONSTRUCTION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CENTRE (SEWING CENTRE, COMPUTER LAB, PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE) AT ESSA NAGRI KILLI BARGULZI SABZAL ROAD QUETTA. The Scheme was recommended by Mrs. Asiya Nasir, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs1,200,000/-. There are 2000 persons belonging to Minority communities living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to provide better facilities of health, technical/scientific skill to women and youth.

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SOLING ROAD VILLAGE JAMMU WALA DISTT. GUJRANWALA Scheme was recommended by Mrs. Asiya Nasir, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.1,000,000/-. There are 3000 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area.

The objective of the scheme is to improve the living conditions in the area where un-paved road cause much problem/inconvenience for the people in all seasons. Completion of scheme will be beneficial for all communities in the town.

MR. DEV DAS, MNA 11 CONST. OF ROOF/REPAIR OF DARBAR/SAMADHI DADA INDHER GIR SAWAI ROAD, SHAHDADPUR, SANGHAR. Scheme was recommended by Mr. Dev Das, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of 1,270,000/-. There are 3000 persons belonging to Hindu minority population living in the area. Completion of this scheme will provide better facilities to the Hindu communities for their religious ceremonies. ENGR. GIAN CHAND SINGH, MNA 12 CONST. OF COMMUNITY CENTRE OF MENGHWAR COMMUNITY WARD NO. 311 GARIBABAD DISTRICT UMERKOT. The Scheme was recommended by Engineer Gian Chand Singh, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs500,000/-. There are 7000 persons belonging to Hindu community living in the area. Completion of this community center will provide better facilities to Hindu community in particular on the occasions of religious and marriages ceremonies and other communities in general.

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REPAIR AND RENOVATION OF GURDWARA AT ARAM BAGH KARACHI The Scheme was recommended by Engineer Gian Chand Singh, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs600,000/-. There are 2000 persons belonging to Sikh community living in the area. A completion of scheme will provide better facilities to the Sikh community for their religious ceremonies and improve the place from its dilapidated condition.

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CONST. OF LABORATORY AT GURUNANIK SCHOOL NANKANA SAHIB DISTRICT SHEIKHUPURA. The Scheme was recommended by Engineer Gian Chand Singh, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs804,900/-. There are 2000 persons belonging to Sikh community living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to provide technical/scientific skill learning to the youth.

MR. KRISHAN BHEEL, MNA 15 CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD/PATH AT PREMISES OF COMMUNITY CENTRE AND MANDIR AT VILLAGE KRISHANABAD DEH CHAND MORIO, TALUKA AND DISTRICT MIRPURKHAS Scheme was recommended by Mr. Krishan Bheel., MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.200,000/-. There are 3500 persons belonging to Hindu minority population living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to improve the living conditions in the area where un-paved road cause much problem/inconvenience for the people in all seasons. Completion of scheme will be beneficial for all communities in the town.

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CONSTRUCTION OF COMMUNITY CENTER AT BHEEL COLONY WARD-3 U.C. NO. 1 HALLA DISTRICT HYDERABAD. The scheme was recommended by Mr. Krishan Bheel, MNA, and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.543,700/-. Scheme is located at Bheel Colony District Hyderabad where over 3500 minority community is based. Completion of this community center will provide better facilities to Hindu community in particular on the occasions of religious and marriages ceremonies and other communities in general.

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REPAIR/RE-CONSTRUCTION OF 1ST FLOOR OF MANDIR AT CHITTI KITI GANDHIAN DISTT. MANSEHRA The scheme was recommended by Mr. Krishan Bheel, MNA, and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.1,000,000/-. Scheme is located at Chitti Kiti Gandhian Distt. Mansehra where over 2500 minority community is based. Completion of this Mandir will provide better facilities to Hindu community on various religious occasions.

PROF. MUSHTAQ VICTOR, MOS FOR MINORITIES AFFAIRS 18 CONSTRUCTION OF P.C.C STREET FROM DISPENSARY ROAD TO KHALIL PLAZA TO CHURCH AT NAZERATH TOWN MOZIA SOHAN (NEW ABADI IQBAL TOWN), ISLAMABAD Scheme was recommended by Prof. Mushtaq Victor, Minister of State for Minorities Affairs, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.1,616,000/-. There are 3500 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to improve the living conditions in the area where un-paved streets cause much problem/inconvenience for the people in all seasons. Completion of scheme will be beneficial for all communities in the town.

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CONST. OF SOLING AT VILLAGE JAJJAY SOHIAN SIALKOT Scheme was recommended by Prof. Mushtaq Victor, Minister of State for Minorities Affairs, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.300,000/-. There are 1000 families belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. Completion of scheme at village Jajjay Sohian, District Sialkot, will provide basic amenities to the poor minority population of the area.

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BOUNDARY WALL OF GRAVEYARD AT VILLAGE MANGO BEHRAM TEHSIL & DISTT. SIALKOT Scheme was recommended by Prof. Mushtaq Victor, Minister of State for Minorities Affairs, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.100,000/-. There are 800 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to provide protection to the community graveyard from illegal encroachments. Completion of scheme at village Mango Behram District Sialkot will ensure the privacy of the graveyard from the same.

M.P. BHANDARA, MNA 21 CNSTRUCTION OF BOUNDARY WALL AROUND THE GRAVEYARD AT CHAK NO.138/P, RAHIM YAR KHAN. Scheme was recommended by Mr. M.P. Bhandara, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs385,000/-. There are 1200 persons belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to provide protection to the community graveyard from illegal encroachments. Completion of scheme at Chak No.138/P, District Rahim Yar Khan will ensure the privacy of the graveyard from the same.

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The scheme was recommended by Mr. M.P. Bhandara, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.500,000/-. There are 230 families belonging to minority population living in the area. Scheme will be beneficial in providing basic amenities to the minority population of the area. 23 PAVEMENT OF STREET/SANITATION MOHALLAH, MINGORA, SWAT. RANG

The scheme was recommended by Mr. M.P. Bhandara, MNA, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.100,000/-. There are 1300 persons belonging to minority population living in the area. Scheme will be beneficial in providing basic amenities to the minority population of the area. MR. PERVAIZ MASIH, MNA 24. REPAIR/RENOVATION OF UNITED CHURCH AT PESHAWAR UNIVERSITY CAMPUS PESHAWAR The scheme was recommended by Mr. Pervaiz Masih, MNA, and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.1,476,000/-. Scheme is located at Peshawar University Campus where over 300 families of minority community are based. Completion of this Church will provide better facilities to Christian community on the occasions of religious and marriage ceremonies. MR. RAMESH LAL, MNA 25. CONSTRUCTION OF SHED AT HINDU MASSAN SHAHDAD KOT DISTRICT LARKANA The scheme was recommended by Mr. Ramesh Lal, MNA and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.300,000/-. Scheme is located at Shahdad Kot City District Larkana where over 1200 families minority community is based. Completion of this scheme will provide better facilities to Hindu community in particular on the occasions of religious and marriage ceremonies.

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REPAIR AND RENOVATION OF PANCHAYAT HALL NASIRABAD. DISTRICT LARKANA The scheme was recommended by Mr. Ramesh Lal, MNA and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.700,000/-. Scheme is located at Nasirabad District Larkana where over 200 families minority community is based.

Completion of this scheme will provide better facilities to Hindu community in particular on the occasions of marriages and other ceremonies. 27. CONSTRUCTION OF SAT SANG HALL TOWN NAU DERO DISTT. LARKANA The scheme was recommended by Mr. Ramesh Lal, MNA and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.400,000/-. Scheme is located at Naudero District Larkana where over 500 families minority community is based. Completion of this scheme will provide better facilities to Hindu community in particular on the occasions of religious ceremonies. 28. CONSTRUCTION OF LADIES RATODERO DISTT. LARKANA HALL TOWN

The scheme was recommended by Mr. Ramesh Lal, MNA and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.500,000/-. Scheme is located at Ratodero District Larkana where over 1200 families minority community is based. Completion of scheme at Ratodero District Larkana, will provide a special social facility to families of the minority. CH. HAROON C. QAISER, MNA/ PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY (MINORITIES) 29. CONSTRUCTION OF UP CHURCH BAJWA COLONY, SARGODHA, CANTT. The scheme was recommended by Ch. Haroon Qaiser, Parliamentary Secretary (Minorities) and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.1,000,000/-. Church is located at Bajwa Colony, Sargodha Cantt where over 2500 minority community is based. Completion of this scheme will provide better facilities to Christian community on various religious ceremonies.

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CH. IMRANULLAH, MNA 30. PROVISION OF 20 SEWING MACHINES AND 04 DESIGNING MACHINES TO NEW HOPE FOUNDATION, GUJRANWALA. The scheme was recommended by Ch. Imranullah, MNA, and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.140,000/-. Scheme is located at Gujranwala city where over 1500 minority community is based. Basic aim of this scheme is to promote the technical skill education especially for poor women of the area which will be beneficial for the families. CH. MUHAMMAD EJAZ SHAFI, MINISTER BAIT-UL-MAAL, PUNJAB 31. CONST. OF COMMUNITY HALL, YOUSAF NAGAR, TEH. KHANPUR DISTRICT RAHIM YAR KHAN. The scheme was recommended by Ch. Muhammad Ejaz Shafi, Minister for Bait-ul-Maal, Government of the Punjab, and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.1,102,400/-. Scheme is located at Yousaf Nagar, District Rahim Yar Khan where over 3500 minority population is based. Completion of this community center will provide better facilities to Christian community in particular on the occasions of religious and marriage ceremonies and other communities in general. COL. (R) S. K. TRESSLER, EX-MINISTER 32. CONSTRUCTION OF BASEMENT OF COMMUNITY HALL OF BETHSAIDA CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY CENTRE, MISRIAL ROAD RAWALPINDI CANTT. The scheme was recommended by Col. (R) S.K. Tressler, ExMinister for Minorities Affairs, and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.400,000/-. Scheme is located at Misrial Road, Rawalpindi where over 1500 families minority community is based. Completion of this community center will provide better facilities to Christian community in particular on the occasions of religious and marriage ceremonies and other communities in general.

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RAJA TRI DEV ROY, FEDERAL MINISTER REPAIR AND RENOVATION OF BALMIKI MANDIR UCH 33. SHARIF DISTRICT BAHAWALPUR. The scheme was recommended by Raja Tri Dev Roy, Federal Minister, and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.486,000/-. Scheme is located at Uch Sharif District Bahawalpur where over 300 families of minority community are based. Completion of this Mandir will provide better facilities to Hindu community various religious occasions/ceremonies. MR. SIMON JACOB GILL,. EX-MNA 34. PURCHASE OF 2-KANAL LAND FOR CHRISTIAN GRAVEYARD AT CHAK NO.120/G.B. TEHSIL JARANWALA, DISTT. FAISALABAD. The scheme was recommended by Mr. Simon Jacob Gill, ExMNA and Ex-Minister for Minorities Affairs and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.130,000/-. The land is located at Chak No.120/GB, Tehsil Jaranwala District Faisalabad where over 200 families minority community are based. This scheme will facilitate the Christian community in observing their burial rites in privacy of Christian community graveyard. SARDAR MUHAMMAD ASIF NAKAI, MOS HOUSING & WORKS 35. RENOVATION OF CHURCH, AT CHURCH HIGH SCHOOL, PATTOKI ALL SAINT’S

The scheme was recommended by Sardar Muhammad Asif, Nakai, Minister of State for Housing & Works, and funded by this Ministry at a cost of Rs.953,169/-. Scheme is located at Pattoki, where over 800 families minority community is based. Completion of this scheme will provide better prayer ambiance for the Church and school.

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CHAUDHARY MUHAMMAD MURTAZA, MPA, PUNJAB. 36. PROVIDING AND LAYING WATER SUPPLY LINE AZAFI BASTI WARD NO.1 FAQIR WALI TEHSIL HAROONABAD DISTT. BAHAWAL NAGAR. Scheme was recommended by Chaudhry Muhammad Murtaza, MPA, Punjab, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.121,000/-. There are 500 families belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. Completion of scheme at Azafi Basti Ward No.1, Faqir Wali, Tehsil Haroonabad, will provide clean drinking water and basic amenities to the poor minority population of the area. 37. CONST. OF WATER DIGGI AT CHAK NO.185/7-R, TEHSIL FORT ABBAS, DISTT. BAHAWAL NAGAR Scheme was recommended by Chaudhry Muhammad Murtaza, MPA, Punjab, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.510,000/-. There are 1200 families belonging to various communities living in the area. Completion of scheme at Chak No.185/7-R, Tehsil fort Abbas, will provide basic amenities to the poor population of the area. 38. PROVIDING AND LAYING OF WATER SUPPLY LINE FROM RAILWAY CROSSING FAQIR WALI TO CHAK NO.124/6-R FAQIR WALI TEHSIL HAROONABAD, DISTT. BAHAWAL NAGAR Scheme was recommended by Chaudhry Muhammad Murtaza, MPA, Punjab, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.1,184,000/-. There are 1500 families belonging to minority communities living in the area. Completion of scheme at Faqir Wali to Chak No.124/6-R Faqir Wali Tehsil Haroonabad, will provide basic amenities to the poor population of the area.

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PROVIDING AND LAYING WATER SUPPLY LINE AT MALIK PURA WARD NO.6/7 FAQIR WALI TEHSIL HAROONABAD, DISTT. BAHAWAL NAGAR Scheme was recommended by Chaudhry Muhammad Murtaza, MPA, Punjab, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.767,000/-. There are 900 families belonging to minority communities living in the area. Completion of scheme at Malik Pura Ward No.6/7 Faqir Wali Tehsil Haroonabad will provide basic amenities to the poor population of the area.

DISTRICT NAZIM HAROONABAD 40. CONSTRUCTION OF METALLED ROAD BALMIKI COLONY, KITCHI MANDI, HAROONABAD, DISTT. BAHAWAL NAGAR Scheme was recommended by District Nazim, Haroonabad, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.976,500/-. There are 1000 families belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. Completion of scheme at Balmiki Colony Kitchi Mandi, Haroonabad, District Bahwalnagar, will provide basic amenities to the poor minority population of the area. 41. CONST. OF PCC STREETS AND SEWERAGE LINES AT PEOPLE COLONY TEHSIL HAROONABAD, DISTT. BAHAWAL NAGAR Scheme was recommended by District Nazim, Haroonabad, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs.1,068,000/-. There are 1000 families belonging to Christian minority population living in the area. Completion of scheme at people colony, Haroonabad, will provide basic amenities to the poor minority population of the area.

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LILA WATI HERCHANDANI, EX-MEMBER, NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR MINORITIES. 42. CONST. OF SCHOOL BUILDING FOR SCHEDULE CASTE (BHEELS AND KOHLIS) AT DEWAN VILLAGE DEH GADHO TALUKA TANDO ALLAHYAR DISTRICT HYDERABAD. The Scheme was recommended by Ms. Lila Wati Herchandani, Ex-Member, National Commission for Minorities, and funded by Ministry of Minorities Affairs at a cost of Rs388,000/-. There are 2000 persons belonging to Hindu community living in the area. The objective of the scheme is to provide better education facilitates to the youth.

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Appendix-II

1976 S.No. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 Name Province Mr. Gurdas Wadhwani Sindh Mr. Kanwal Feroze Punjab Mr. Gulzar Wafa Punjab Mr. Naazir Qaiser Punjab Mr. Prabhu Nashad Sindh Mrs. Sheila Joseph NWFP Mr. Arthur Javed Balochistan Mr. Colin David Punjab Mr. Jimmy Engineer Punjab Mrs. Muniza Rustamji Sindh Mr. William Patric NWFP Mrs. Anna Mahmud Alias Madam Auzari 13 Madam Shabnam Punjab 14 Miss Irene Parveen Punjab 15 Mr. S. B. John Sindh 16 Mr. Ghushan L.J. Sindh 17 Miss Perin Cooper Punjab 18 Mr. S. T. Sunny NWFP 19 Mr. Yaseen Balochistan 1977 TO 1979 S.No. Name Province 20 Sardar Masih Gill Punjab 21 Mr. A. Nayyar Punjab 22 Mr. Anil Dalpat Sindh 1980 TO 1983 S.No. Name Province 23 Mr. Ernest Thakardas Punjab 24 Mrs. Nilma Ghanshyam 25 Miss. Perin Cooper Punjab 26 Mr. Jimmy Engineer Punjab 27 Mr. Tak Kashmird Punjab 28 Mr. Bayram D. Avari Sindh 40 Field Literature Literature Literature Literature Literature Literature Literature Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts Performing Arts Performing Arts Performing Arts Performing Arts Performing Arts Performing Arts Performing Arts Performing Arts Field Literature Performing Arts Sports (Cricket) Field Music Dance Performing Arts Fine Arts Literature Sports (Yachting)

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Mrs. Goshpi Avari Mr. Jhaman Das Ashiq Dr. Dannis Issac Miss. Rukhsana Joseph 1989 Name Benjamin Sisters Mr. F. E. Chaudhary Mr. Nazir Qaiser Mr. Kanwal Feroze 1990

Sindh Sindh NWFP Punjab Province Sindh Punjab Islamabad Punjab Province Sindh Punjab Islamabad Province Sindh NWFP Islamabad Province NWFP Punjab Sindh Province Punjab Sindh Punjab Punjab Province NWFP Sindh Punjab Punjab

Sports (Yachting) Literature Performing Arts Fine Arts Field Performing Arts Fine Arts Literature Literature Field Literature Performing Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts Field Literature Performing Arts Fine Arts Field Literature Performing Arts Fine Arts Field Literature Folk Arts Performing Arts Literature Field Literature Performing Arts Performing Arts Literature

S.No. Name 37 Mr. Lionel Andrades 38 Mr. Mohan BhagaMr. Folin Davidt 39 Mr. Folin David 40 Mr. Emanuel Philip 1991 S.No. Name 41 Mr. Valid Ram Vallabh 42 Mrs. Anita Campher 43 Miss Shahida Mansoor 1992 S.No. Name 44 Mr. Younus Sabir 45 Mr. Patrik Anthony 46 Mr. Mohan Bhagat 1993 S.No. Name 47 Mr. Samuel Ashfaq Khan 48 Mai Hanjoo 49 Mr. Sarfraz Sial 50 Mrs. Nasreen Anjum Bhatti 1995 S.No. Name 51 Dr. Dennis Issac 52 Mrs. Parviaz Dastur 53 Mr. Emanuel Philip 54 Mr. Faqiri Ram Bhagat 41

1996 S.No. 55 56 57 58 Name Mr. Narain Lal Mr. Punhal Meghwar Mr. Lakha Jee Bheel (Late) Mr. Meher Feroz Hansotia 1998 S.No. 59 60 61 62 63 S.No. 64 65 66 67 68 69 Name Mr. Nadeem Ajmal Adeem Mr. Robin John Mr. Chitra Preetam Mrs. Sumitra Devi Mrs. R. E. Nathaniel 1999 Name Dr. Sarah Safdar Ms. Amy King Mr. Gopal Das Mr. Pervaiz Paras Mr. Wali Ram Valabh Mr. Nevil Patel 2000 S.No. Name Province 70 Mr. Ahmed-ud-Din Allia Sabir AJ&K Afaqi 71 Mr. Nasir Daniel Punjab 72 Mr. Samuel Gill Punjab 73 Mr. Krishan Lal Bheel Punjab 74 Prof. Dr. Christy Munir Punjab 75 Prof. Dr. Eng. Bhawani Sindh Shankar Ch. 76 Mr. Yousuf Yohana Punjab 77 Mr. Geno S/o Sooro Sindh 78 Mr. Shafiq Shad Khan NWFP 2003 S.No. Name Province 79 Mr. Mehboob Fransis Punjab 42 Field Literature Performing Arts Performing Arts Folk Arts Education Profession (Engineering) Sports Folk Arts (Fine Arts) Fine Arts Field Literature Province NWFP Punjab Sindh Punjab Sindh Punjab Field Education Education Folk Arts Folk Arts Literature Profession (Engineering) Province Punjab Sindh Sindh NWFP Balochistan Field Literature Performing Arts Fine Arts Folk Arts Education Province NWFP Sindh Punjab Sindh Field Literature Fine Arts Folk Arts Profession (Medicines)

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Mr. Pervez Nadeem Ghouri Mrs. Shazia Izhaq Manoahar Mai Dadli Mr. Edgar Victor Dr. Mrs. Pushpa Sirichand Mr. Javed Bashir 2004

Punjab Punjab Punjab Sindh Sindh Sindh Province Sindh Sindh Punjab Sindh Sindh NWFP Punjab

Performing Arts Fine Arts Folk Arts Education Profession (Medicines) Sports Field Profession (Medicines) Education Literature Fine Arts Folk Arts Performing Arts Sports

S.No. Name 86 Dr. Ashok Kumar Tanwani 87 88 89 90 91 92 Mrs. Deena M. Mistri Mr. Mansoor Gill Mr. Homi J. Meherhomji Mr. Chaghla Ms. Rafia Bano Ms. Saira Fazal

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