We will not leave the victims alone, KATI is the first association to provide relief, SM Muneer
Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI) sent the first batch of relief goods to 1,000 families affected by rains and floods in Balochistan under the leadership of President KATI Salman Aslam, head of the relief committee, to Khuzdar district of Balochistan.
On the occasion of the departure of the relief materials, Patron-in-Chief SM Muneer said that KATI is the first association to send relief materials to the flood victims. We share the suffering of the victims equally and will not leave the victims alone in this difficult time. He said that pledged 1 million rupees in the relief fund of KATI, ZubairTufail deposited 5 lakh rupees in the fund, similarly other members of KATI have also contributed to the fund. He appealed that the business community should actively participate in this relief fund.SM Muneer said that the team under the leadership of President KATI Salman Aslam is carrying the first batch, we pray that he will return successful and similarly useful to our countrymen if needed.He further said that hundreds of people died in Balochistan due to the recent rains, while the Pakistan Army helicopter also met with an accident during the relief in which 6 people including Corps Commander Quetta were martyred. KATI President Salman Aslam, KITE Limited CEO ZubairChhaya, Senior Vice President Maheen Salman, Afghan Refugees Repatriation Cell Sindh Commissioner Hamud-ur-Rehman and others were also present in the aid delivery ceremony.
KATI President Salman Aslam said that in the first batch of 5 trucks, rations for 1000 families, 200 tents, and more than 300 water coolers for affected families, besides medicines, food items, drinking water, and other essential items will be immediately distributed to the victims. He said that the team under his leadership includes Hamud-ur-Rahman, JunaidNaqi, Umar Saeed, Junaid Khan, NaumanAslam, Muhammad Tauseef, Mir Muhammad and Rahmatullah.President KATI said that we aim to immediately deliver relief goods to disaster-stricken and remote areas where access is not possible.