The government of Pakistan is working on the welfare of poor students and disabled persons. Khidmat Program 8267 is such a unique program that provides a special card to those Pakistanis who really need aid.
Are you a poor Pakistani and want to get register in the government aid new program? If yes! Then this full article because here we are going to describe all the facts about the new Khidmat Program.
Getting student scholarships and monthly aid for physically disabled persons will now cover by Khidmat Card. This card will be provided to those people who need money and its monthly aid will come to the Punjab Bank account. Hence you need to visit the bank once and withdraw your aid from ATM for free.
Khidmat Program Details
The government of Pakistan sends SMS from the 8267 code and informs the registered users that your aid (monthly allowance) has been deposited in their account. Hence using a Zong SIM you will get the notification and the withdrawal of this aid will only be possible when you got a Khidmat card.
Rs 3,600 are fixed for 3 months for disabled persons. Hence each month they will receive 1200 rupees without any trouble. In addition, according to the basic features of the Khidmat Program, handicapped persons will also receive wheelchairs and other artificial body parts for a good life.
This new program that is known as Khidmat Program will provide numerous benefits according to receiver status. These are the branches of this program:
- Aid for Disable (handicapped) persons
- Interest-free loan for poor men/women
- Artificial body parts for disabled people
- Stipend Program for (6 to 10 Class) students
- Schooling allowance for brick kiln worker’s kids
- Helping Aid for newborn kids and pregnant women
Author Final Words
We suggest our dear visitors visit the official portal of Punjab Government E-Khidmat and enjoy the aid according to your current status. Whether you are a student, mother, or disabled (men/women) you are eligible to apply and get the Khidmat Card and withdraw your monthly help from ATM.