MQM Pakistan will not leave flood victims alone, Aamir Khan

MQM helps flood victims. Khan

Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan organised aid camps for flood victims. Encouraged, MQM leader Aamir Khan said MQM will not leave the flood victims alone and will provide all available assistance and relief goods as soon as feasible.


Senior Deputy Convener Amir Khan and Coordination Committee members Irshad Zafir, Muhammad Sharif visited a flood relief camp in Orangi Town and spoke with officials and workers. Senior Deputy Convener in relief Aamir Khan He encouraged the active volunteers by saying that whenever bad times came upon Pakistan, they were always ready to support the people. The worst flood’s financial losses and lives are a tragedy.


Aamir Khan added that MQM will not leave flood victims alone as far as possible by using their limited resources and will gather relief goods and distribute them as soon as possible. He asked to the public, especially in Sindh and Balochistan, to help and support flood-affected families while fulfilling their national duty at this time of natural tragedy and difficulty. He’s also an appeal to philanthropists to support their compatriots. MQM will donate food, medicine, clothes, linens, pillows, windows, mattresses, and other essentials to flood victims. Donate to flood camps to express nationalism.
Deputy Convener and former Mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar visited flood relief camps in Shah Faisal Colony, Landhi, and Korangi and interacted with workers and officials.
Recent floods in Pakistan have caused devastating damage, he told the crowd. Deliver it to MQMK’s flood relief camps to exhibit nationalism. Deputy Convener and former Mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar visited flood relief camps in Shah Faisal Colony, Landhi, and Korangi and interacted with workers and officials. Recent floods in Pakistan have caused devastating damage, he told the crowd. Deliver it to MQMK’s flood relief camps to exhibit nationalism.
Deputy Convener and former Mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar visited flood relief camps in Shah Faisal Colony, Landhi, and Korangi and interacted with workers and officials. Recent floods in Pakistan have caused devastating damage, he told the crowd.
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