New York: Pakistani Americans living in New York have suggested to the city government that more schools and parks should be built at the regional level from the new budget.
The New York City government wants all communities to be represented in government departments and encourages its citizens to tell the government where the budget should be spent this time and on what projects.
Apna Community Center, located in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, organized the 3rd session to inform Pakistani Americans and convey their views to the government.
Apna’s CEO Iram Hanif said that in order to deliver recommendations for our demands to the city government, it is important that we all participate fully in this campaign.
A large number of men and women of the community participated in the awareness session.
The attendees also explained the problems faced by the community in this session.
The team of Apna Community Center informed the participants about the activities of their organization and various projects of the city.
The community members conveyed this message to the government to provide them with jobs in civic departments and to establish institutes for various training courses.