Punjab Prisons Minister Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chauhan has said that Sardar Usman Bazdar has won the hearts of all by announcing special prisoners package.
According to details, Punjab Prisons Minister Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chauhan in his statement said that this special prisoners package of Rs5.5 billion is of historical significance.
Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chauhan said that the 127-year-old prison laws, rules and traditions of 1894 would be changed.
The Minister for Prisons said that the announcement of 60 days general amnesty in the punishment of prisoners on the occasion of Eid Milad-un-Nabi is a good move.
He said that about Rs. 2.77 billion would be spent on this package, the seats of Jail Warder, Head Warder and Chief Warder were being upgraded and the provision of 21 operational vehicles would improve the performance of the jails. The usual package of Jail Martyrs has been brought in the style of Police Martyrs Package.
Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chauhan said that from now on the children of martyrs of Punjab Prisoners Service will be given government jobs. Will be allowed
The Minister for Prisons said that geysers, cable networks, air coolers, exhaust fans, LED lights and additional fans would be installed in all the jails. The money from the product will be given to each prisoner on a monthly basis.
He also said that medical camps for inmates would be set up in all the jails every month in collaboration with the health department. Vacancies of doctors and staff are being filled for the convenience of the inmates. Allowance will also be given.
Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chauhan said that ambulance facility is being provided to every jail under the prisoners package. Gradual shifting of jails to solar energy will save load shedding. Will be provided.
Punjab Prisons Minister Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chauhan further said that Chief Minister Usman Bazdar has taken immense interest in the affairs of the Prisons Department. To date, no former Chief Minister has been able to pay attention to the plight of prisoners. The package has won the hearts of inmates and prison staff.