MOL donates Rs3m for establishment of quarantine facilities


ISLAMABAD Under its corporate social responsibility program, MOL Pakistan Oil and Gas Company B.V has donated PKR 3 million to establish 4 quarantine facilities at different locations of Islamabad. This support has been planned in consultation with MNA Ali Nawaz Awan and through the offices of the Chief Commissioner Islamabad Amer Ali Ahmad and Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Muhammad Hamza Shafqaat. With the current crisis of the pandemic, MOL Pakistan has stepped up their efforts to fight the deadly Corona Virus. The four quarantine centres are being established at Hajj Complex, Sector I-9, Pak-China Friendship Centre and Chattha Bakhtawar in Islamabad. Commenting on the occasion, MOL Group Regional Vice President Middle East Africa & Pakistan, Ali Murtaza Abbas said, “MOL Group has always played a strongleader in supporting the governments in all its operating countries. We are very proud of our employees who continue to work at the field to maintain the supply of gas, crude and LPG, so that we can continue to maintain the energy needs of the country, as we supply around 10% of gas and 30% of LPG to the Pakistani grid.” He continued, “We are proud of our efforts in these times of crisis and will do whatever we can to halt the progress of this deadly Corona virus. I would especially like to thank MNA Ali Nawaz Awan, Chief Commissioner Amer Ali Ahmad and Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Hamza Shafqaat for their outstanding work in this time of crisis and for supporting the people of Pakistan in the times of need.” It is pertinent to mention here that the company had donated masks in their operational areas of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa last week, and this is indeed another commendable effort towards fighting the COVID-19

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