Wife of the Punjab Governor says providing clean drinking water to the people is the mission of my life;



We  provide clean drinking water to 2.2 million people,

Lahore: Begum Perveen Sarwar, wife of the Punjab Governor, has said that providing clean drinking water to the people is the mission of my life and we are providing clean drinking water to 2.2 million people daily. We are working to provide clean drinking water to the people through filtration plants and solar water pumps in urban as well as rural areas. The peace of mind that comes from serving humanity cannot be described in words. Philanthropists should also come forward and help their brothers and sisters in need, she added. She was talking to the media and addressing the inauguration ceremony of the Sarwar Foundation’s Filtration Plant outside Al-Mustafa Eye Hospital. The President of the hospital Tariq Hameed Fazal, Social Worker Musarrat Qayyum, Dr Sharif, Dr Noorul Zaman, Nusrat Saleem, Nawaz Kharal, Hassan Zeba and others were also present on the occasion.Chairperson Sarwar Foundation Begum Perveen Sarwar said that Sarwar Foundation is one of the largest NGO providers of clean drinking water in Pakistan. She also thanked the philanthropists who have always been at the forefront of this noble cause, adding that clean drinking water prevents the spread of waterborne diseases among the masses. She added that our hospitals are also serving ailing humanity by providing them with free healthcare facilities and we also organise free Medical camps regularly in the underserved areas across Punjab where non-affording patients receive free check-ups and medicines.President of Al-Mustafa Eye Hospital, Tariq Hameed Fazal said that the way Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar and his wife Begum Perveen Sarwar are working for the welfare of the underprivileged sections is commendable. We have been working with them on welfare projects and will continue to do so in the future. We thank Sarwar Foundation for installing the filtration plant as it will not only provide clean drinking water to the thousands of patients who come to the hospital but also residents of the area.