512 victims of Sasta bazaar fire got distributed with the relief cheques by Bahria town
Bahria Town, going by its commitment, distributed cheques to 512 victims of Islamabad fire incident, at a graceful and memorable ceremony on Friday. The ceremony was honored by the Bahria Town Islamabad’s management and marketing teams, well-known personalities and renowned members of general society along with all the media representatives.
Talking about the incident, fire erupted at the Islamabad Sasta Bazaar’s garments section on 27th August 2017, which went on to destroy many small stalls of numerous small businessmen in the market. The same news left the Chief Executive Bahria Town Mr. Ahmed Ali Riaz Malik into complete shock and he immediately announced a relief amount for all the victims of the same incident. Moreover, it was only due to the unnecessary delay in preparation of the list of the victims on Government’s part, which led to the unwanted delay in distribution of relief cheques among the fire incident victims.
Bahria Town’s Brig (retd) Tahir Butt took the honor of distributing the relief cheques to all the victims of the fire incident and he further read out a statement issued by CEO of Bahria Town Mr. Ahmed Ali Riaz Malik, which quotes: ‘Our hearts beat with our people. Bahria Town stands up to any challenge faced by our nation and will never be found wanting in welfare work. We owe this to our homeland.’
All the recipients of the relief cheques put forward their good wishes and blessings to the Bahria Town for this noble deed. It must be mentioned that Bahria Town is the safest and the most preferred luxury lifestyle community around the twin cities.
It’s worth mentioning that the Bahria Town’s zoo, parks, golf courses, restaurants, luxury gym and complexes brings the attention of thousands of visitors from the two cities. Apart from all these facilities, Dastarkhwan and other kind of welfare projects in health and education sectors certainly makes Bahria Town one of the most sought after brands in the Real estate sector.