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LAHORE: All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) has dispatched another convoy of trucks loaded with more than twenty thousand ration packs containing all items of essential needs like flour, rice, pulses, sugar, tea, milk, oil, soap etc to the flood-affected people under the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund on Friday in addition to thousands of Ration Packs already donated by APTMA.

Patron-in-Chief APTMA Dr. Gohar Ejaz, along with Abdul Rahim Nasir, Asad Shafi, Syed Ali Ehsan, Javed Iqbal, Talat, Chawla, Head of Lahore Institute of Health Science (LIHS) Ghani, Raza Baqir, Secretary General and other members of the Association, handed over the packs loaded in a large number of trucks to the Governor of Punjab Muhammad Balighur-Rehman at a simple ceremony organized at the Governor’s House, Lahore.

Governor Punjab welcomed the noble initiative taken by APTMA and other philanthropists. He appreciated both APTMA and LIHS for sharing the burden with the government at this time of need.

He said each ration pack is sufficient for one month requirements of an affected family. He also appreciated APTMA members and expressed the hope that their support would always continue in future also.

He said that APTMA in particular and the business community in general have always responded positively and proactively to the call of the nation. He added that the assistance being extended to the flood-affected people of Pakistan by APTMA is highly praise worthy and needs to be replicated by all sections of the society. He said the ceremony has been organized to recognize the efforts of APTMA members.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Gohar Ejaz said floods have played havoc with both people and agriculture of the country. The flood-affected people are looking towards us and the APTMA members have responded immediately to their call. He said both APTMA and LIHS have joined hands to help out flood affected people.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2022

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