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In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. Today, we will discuss significant changes in the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP), focusing on three categories of women who have been permanently disqualified from receiving aid through the Benazir Kafa Program. We’ll delve into why these women have been excluded from the program and identify the specific criteria that led to their disqualification. Additionally, we’ll provide comprehensive details on how the government has not yet disbursed the promised 2.5 million rupees in aid and explain the process for those eligible to claim this assistance. This video will also include updates on the installment schedules for the Kafa Program and information about children’s scholarships. Before we proceed with these details, make sure to subscribe to our channel to receive the latest updates on various aid programs.

Disqualification Details and Installment Phases

Let’s first address the recent developments regarding the Benazir Income Support Program’s installments. The program is currently disbursing payments in two phases. The first phase is already in progress, with all included beneficiaries receiving their payments without significant issues, although some face difficulties due to heavy crowds at camp sites. At present, these installments are only available at designated camp sites. We encourage you to share your experiences in the comments section—whether collecting payments from camp sites is convenient or if you preferred the previous system of receiving installments from shops. For those waiting for the second phase, the good news is that payments will commence from the first week of June. Notably, this time, both the Kafa Program and the educational scholarships will be disbursed simultaneously, eliminating the need for separate waits for each payment. This integrated approach aims to streamline the distribution process and reduce the waiting time for beneficiaries.

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Categories of Disqualified Women and Appeal Process

Now, let’s discuss the specific categories of women who have been permanently disqualified from the Benazir Kafa Program. Firstly, women who participated in the dynamic survey and whose PMT (Proxy Means Test) score exceeded 32 are disqualified for two years. After this period, they will undergo a reassessment to determine if they meet the eligibility criteria. Secondly, women who were initially eligible for the BISP but have since registered a vehicle in their name, purchased property, or made bank transactions exceeding one million rupees have been disqualified for two years. Their eligibility will be re-evaluated after this period. Thirdly, women who have been under review for more than a year without completing their registration have also been disqualified. They must complete their dynamic survey registration by June 30, 2024, to avoid being permanently disqualified. However, disqualified women have the option to appeal their status. They can submit their appeals at their nearest BISP office, although the approval rate for appeals is generally low. Additionally, the Kafa Web Portal is being updated to accurately reflect the eligibility statuses of beneficiaries by June 5. After this update, beneficiaries will be able to check their payment statuses and eligibility directly on the portal, ensuring they receive the correct information and facilitating smoother access to their payments.

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Why have some women been permanently disqualified from the Benazir Kafa Program?

Some women have been disqualified due to various reasons, including their PMT (Proxy Means Test) score exceeding 32 in the dynamic survey, registering significant financial assets like vehicles or property in their name, or failing to complete their registration within the specified timeframe.

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How long will disqualified individuals remain ineligible for assistance?

Disqualified individuals are ineligible for assistance for a period of two years. After this period, their eligibility will be reassessed based on updated criteria.

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Is there an appeal process for those who have been disqualified?

Yes, there is an appeal process available for disqualified individuals. They can submit their appeals at their nearest BISP office. However, the approval rate for appeals is generally low.

When can beneficiaries expect the next installment of the Kafa Program and children’s scholarships?

The next installment of the Kafa Program and children’s scholarships is scheduled to begin from the first week of June. This time, both payments will be disbursed simultaneously, aiming to streamline the distribution process.

How can beneficiaries check their eligibility status and payment details?

Beneficiaries can check their eligibility status and payment details on the Kafa Web Portal, which is being updated to reflect accurate information by June 5. After the update, beneficiaries will be able to access their payment statuses and eligibility directly on the portal, ensuring transparency and ease of access to their payments.

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