The construction work on South Asia’s biggest Kashmir Orphan Relief Trust educational complex, worth Rs200 million, for orphans and shelterless children is in full swing and the project will be completed in next two years.

The mega complex is being constructed under the auspices of the NGO Kashmir Orphans Relief Trust (KORT) on self-help basis with the financial donations of UK-based Kashmiri expatriates besides local philanthropists.

This was disclosed by Kashmir Orphans Relief Trust Chairman Ch Muhammad Akhter while briefing a delegation during a visit to the under-construction KORT Educational Complex at Jarikas in outskirt of Mirpur city here the other day.

The delegation was comprised of Joint Commissioner Mangla Dam Resettlement Organization Muhammad Tayyab, Senior Kashmiri journalist and analyst Altaf Hameed Rao, Mohammed Shahkeel, Station Director Azad Kashmir Radio & FM-93 Mirpur and Mohammed Yaqub, a Kashmiri expatriate from British Newcastle city.