LAHORE - Minister for Population Welfare Punjab, Neelam Jabbar Ch has said that in order to provide health, education, sanitation, safe and clean drinking water and other civic amenities to every citizen of the country we have controlled the rapidly growing population and a comprehensive awareness campaign will be launched throughout the province to make people realize the hazards of environmental pollution. She urged that every citizen including community leaders, teachers, elected representatives and Ulemas should play their due role in this social service. The electronic and print media can play an important role in creating awareness about this noble cause among the masses, she maintained. She said that world environment day is being celebrated throughout the world to make citizens realize the hazards of environmental pollution and to teach them to play their effective role to protect the world from environmental pollution. Neelam Jabbar said that welfare centres would be established at the villages comprising three thousand population and skilled birth attendants, LHVs and LHWs would be appointed at these centres. She told that the provincial department is providing services regarding family welfare through 1,497 family welfare centres, 117 mobile service units, 2,604 mail workers, 54 birth centres and a large number of LHWs. She said that in order to achieve the required results a comprehensive and effective monitoring & evaluation system has been established in the department whereas, to activate the community participation at local level the services of Ulema would be acquired.