800,000 coronavirus relief tiger force members registered thus far: Usman Dar.

ISLAMABAD -- Adviser to Prime Minister on Youth Affairs and focal person on coronavirus tiger relief force Usman Dar said on Saturday that relief goods and monetary support is being disbursed to the deserving through a transparent mechanism, media reported.

Dar said that the government of Pakistan has tried its best to keep the relief program as transparent and open as possible to ensure strict accountability for public wealth.

The special assistant said that if anyone was found involved in embezzling funds or indulging into corruption with relief goods and money would face severe consequences in the shape of court cases.

Usman Dar also unveiled that 800,000 youngsters had thus far registered through the citizen's portal application and other means in the coronavirus relief tiger force.


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