PJBC offers to donate a million Dollar snorkel to Sindh government
May 25, 2017
Pak-Japan Business Council (PJBC) has offered a snorkel worth million dollars as a donation to Sindh government to maintain safety of common people of the city. Referring to it, PJBC president Rana Abid Hussain revealed that after a detail discussion with council chairman Muhammad Hussain Inoki, directed to its PJBC director Sindh Ashfaq Ahmed to start discussion with singh govt on higher level to finalize the procedures and terms to handover the snorkel to Sindh government authorities. Rana Abid Hussain further revealed while talking to media; that only three snorkels are available to a city of population standing at 25 million, moreover permission of ill-planned high-rise projects forming a lift-threatening situation which is deplorable.
Rana Abid Hussain stated that, snorkel can be reached in Karachi in few weeks after finalizing the terms with government of Sindh. While Ashfaq Ahmed confirms that he will meet Chief Minister of Sindh and conclude the arrangements to handover snorkel on priority basis.
Ashfaq Ahmed said PJBC believes in notion social responsibility, proposed snorkel is an initiative towards our theme of social responsibility and it will be enhance the fire-fighting capabilities.