KARACHI  - Karachi Stock Exchange will distribute free meal among more than 3,000 persons per day through "Dastarkhwan", a food programme initiated for needy people. The initiative is a part of KSE's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme Since the launching of the programme in June 2008, more than 2,000 free meals are getting provided free meal daily under this welfare scheme. Now KSE management has decided to increase the number of beneficiaries up to more than 3,000 persons.   The main objective of this programme is to help the community and try to eliminate poverty from the society. Recognising its moral & social responsibility towards the society, the premier capital market of Pakistan and its members have taken this initiative to help the community and play its role as a welfare body. It should be noted that KSE and its members have been involved in such social activities in the past but through "Dastarkhwan" a collective effort has been made on the humanitarian grounds for the betterment of the society.   Since June 2008, "Dastarkhwan" has provided free meal to the people of Kakri Ground Lyari, Dargah Bukhari Shah Kharadar, Dhani Bux Brohi Goth Superhighway, Jamia Ahsanul Uloom Naimia, Yousuf Khan Goth and Abdullah Goth Near Gulshan-e-Maymar. In these localities, a large number of people enjoyed free meals in an organised manner. This programme has been further extended to other areas of the metropolis including New Karachi, Kemari, Nazimabad, Orangi, Bhit Shah Island, Baba Island, Hawks Bay, Sands pit, Agrataj Colony, Musa Colony, Mari Pur and Korangi.