Punjab Bike Scheme 2024: E-Balloting Completes, Check Winners List Here

Punjab Bike Scheme 2024: E-Balloting Completes, Check Winners List Here

Overview of Punjab Bike Scheme 2024

The Punjab Bike Scheme, part of the Youth Initiative Program launched by Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz Sharif, aims to empower the youth by providing bikes to students across Punjab. This initiative is seen as a significant step towards enhancing mobility and independence among the young population.

E-Balloting Completes, Check Winners List Here

The e-balloting process for the Punjab Bike Scheme 2024 has been successfully completed. Provincial Transport Minister Bilal Akbar Khan supervised the e-balloting to ensure transparency. The list of successful applicants has been uploaded to the official portal of the e-bike scheme, allowing students to check if they have been awarded a bike.

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Distribution of Bikes

In the first phase, a total of 20,000 bikes will be distributed, including 19,000 petrol bikes and 1,000 electric bikes. The allocation is as follows:

Bike TypeMale StudentsFemale StudentsTotal
Petrol Bikes11,6767,32419,000
Electric Bikes7003001,000

Checking the Winners List

Students who registered for the scheme can check the winners’ list on the official e-bike scheme portal. The portal provides easy access to see if one’s application has been successful.

Next Steps and Future Phases

Minister Bilal Akbar Khan mentioned that the number of bikes would be increased in the second phase. Although the exact distribution process has not yet been finalized, it is subject to the decision of the Lahore High Court. Updates regarding the distribution will be provided as soon as they are available.

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Key Points

  • Scheme Launch: Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz Sharif launched the scheme.
  • Supervision: E-balloting supervised by Provincial Transport Minister Bilal Akbar Khan.
  • First Phase Allocation: 20,000 bikes (19,000 petrol and 1,000 electric).
  • Gender Allocation: Specific numbers of bikes allocated

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