ISLAMABAD (APP) - President Asif Zardari on Thursday directed public sector organisations to observe complete transparency in all financial transactions and disbursements. National exchequer is a trust of the people and we must ensure that there is no dishonesty as there can be no pardon even for a minor lapse, the President said. He was addressing a function of handing over cheques amongst deserving families as part of the marriage package at a simple ceremony here at the Aiwan-e-Sadr. President Zardari handed over cheques of Rs40,000 each for the marriages of 2,500 poor girls from all over the country, funds for which have been provided by the President of Pakistan, while the disbursement has been managed by the Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM). He said details of the disabled, with their particular disabilities; their address and other relevant information also needs to be placed on the website, and be available to the governments other welfare agencies so that it is easy to reach out to them. He tasked the Pakistan Baitul Mal to initiate a smart card on the pattern of Benazir Income Support Program card for the disabled so as to provide them assistance, without any hassle. He said Pakistanis were a philanthropic nation ranking high in the list of countries that donate for noble causes. He however regretted that some sections were misusing Islam and targeting young minds prompting them to violence. The President prayed for a very happy married life for the young girls and wished them a prosperous future. The president joined the audience in a prayer for a peaceful, prosperous and happy life ahead for the newly-wed couples. Federal Minister Samina Khalid Ghurki highlighting the salient features of the marriage package and said it would contribute towards sharing the burden of the marriages of 2,500 girls. She said the girls were selected through a transparent procedure and noted that exorbitant expenses in marriages were a problem for the low income group. She said the ministry has launched a package in this regard with an aim to provide them alternative sources of income. Managing Director Zamurrud Khan said the dream of Mohtarma Benazir had been fulfilled by providing assistance to the needy women, enabling them to start their new family lives with honour and dignity. He said the PBM was also providing ample assistance including wheelchairs to the deserving disabled persons and has initiated 'langar (free food) at government hospitals in 26 cities, which would be expanded throughout the country in next six months. Khan said the PBM was also providing funding for treatment of heart, cancer, Hepatitis C and other seriously ill patients throughout the country, besides artificial limbs and hearing aid devices. He said orphan children aged 4-6 years were being provided food, shelter and education under the Sweet Pakistan program. He lauded the President for initiating the special NIC for the disabled and his gesture to donate all of his body organs. Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM), working under the Ministry of Social Welfare and Special Education is playing a key role towards poverty alleviation through its several poorest of the poor services.