App Sup and Pami by Mission Isar – Dedicated to helping the earthquake victims of Turkey and Syria


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A relief campaign has been launched for the earthquake victims of Turkey and Syria under Mission Isaar organized by Association of Private Sector Universities of Pakistan (APSP) and Pakistan Association of Private Medical and Dental Institutions (PAMI).

App Sap and Pami have a tradition of helping the suffering Muslim Ummah through the platform of Mission Isaar in every difficult hour. Dedicated to this great cause dedicated to the spirit of human service and helping the Muslim Ummah, 477.6 million rupees have been contributed. The money has already been spent.

Timely support and assistance to the victims in difficulty through this relief campaign under Mission Eesar is a positive means of redressing individual and collective difficulties and sufferings.

Helping the large number of displaced persons, providing medical aid to epidemic victims and providing shelter to the displaced are Mission Eesar’s priorities.

Superior University has also contributed five million rupees to the earthquake victims and Pami’s Mission Isar, as a result of the natural disaster in Turkey and Syria, more than 24 thousand deaths in two decades. Reported.

Chairman AppSup and PAMI President Professor Dr. Chaudhry Abdul Rehman has asked all the institutions associated with AppSup and PAMI to go ahead and actively participate in this good cause.

He said that any small or big amount for aid is very important for the victims.

The step taken by us in the spirit of humanity will be very helpful for the relief and rehabilitation of the victims, Professor Dr. Chaudhry Abdul Rahman appealed to help the victims of Turkey and Syria in this difficult time and assured them. Let it be known that they are not alone in this difficult time.

He said that a delegation from Pakistan will also leave very soon to express solidarity with their Muslim brothers and sisters in Turkey and Syria.


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