FCS chief visits membership camp at Mubarak Village


Chairman Fishermen’s Cooperative Society (FCS) Abdul Berr was warmly welcomed by a large number of fishermen during his visit to Mobile Membership Camp at Mubarak Village.
He said the old membership is being computerized and made transparent.
According to the details, the FCS chief sought information from the fishermen regarding the difficulties in completing the staffing and computerized membership of FCS. However, the fishermen thanked Chairman Berr and hailed 20 years of his efforts.
They told the FCS chief that fishermen who have been waiting for a new membership for a long time were grateful to him. “Not only have you opened the membership but you have also brought the membership to the doorstep of the fishermen.”
Addressing the fishermen, Abdul Berr said, “I know the difficulties faced by the fishermen living in remote areas when they come to Karachi Fish Harbour.” Mobile camps have been specially arranged to complete the computerized membership process keeping in view the convenience of the fishermen living in remote areas. In order to save the fishermen from difficulties in the membership process. He said that the process of scrutiny to remove the black sheep in the Fishermen’s Cooperative Society has been completed and the membership is being computerized and made transparent. People, unfamiliar with the fisheries sector, have long denied positions to real fishermen by obtaining positions on the basis of fake membership.

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