Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government is spending four hundred and sixty million rupees on social welfare during the current financial year.
Official sources told our Peshawar correspondent Matiullah that three hundred and ninety million rupees have been set aside for twenty-one ongoing projects while seventy million rupees will be spent on twelve new projects of social welfare.
The projects include establishment of secondary schools for special children on divisional level across the province.
Three vocational training centers will also be established in Charsadda and one each in Nowshera, Mardan, Haripur and Shangla districts for the welfare of youth in the province.
Source Radio Pakistan