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UK Pakistani businessman commences ration drive in Gwadar

National Hamza Azhar Salam April 24, 2020 LONDON: Leading property British Pakistani businessman Zeeshan Shah has started an initiative to provide hundreds of ration packs which include three months essential supplies including rice, flour,...
LONDON: Leading property British Pakistani businessman Zeeshan Shah has started an initiative to provide hundreds of ration packs which include three months essential supplies including rice, flour, wheat, lentils, ghee and tea in Gwadar.The distribution of ration packs commenced earlier this week with International Port City acting as the distribution centre. The volunteers will be going door to door distrusting the ration packs to those who didn’t have the means of transport to come to us.Speaking to The News, Zeeshan Shah said: "We would like to thank DG Gwadar Development Authority Shazeb Kakar, the Gwadar Chamber of Commerce for their ongoing support and the Pakistan Armed Forces for their ongoing support. "As a responsible organisati…

Ex-minister dies of Covid-19 as cases rise in Balochistan

Tribune.com.pk
By mohammad zafar
 Apr.24,2020 Sardar Mustafa Tareen was diagnosed two days ago QUETTA: Former provincial minister of the Pashtoonkhua Mili Awami Party, Sardar Mustafa Tareen passed away in Quetta after being diagnosed with coronavirus two days ago as the total tally of Balochistan touched 607.Eight deaths have been recorded by the province as it continues to record a massive increase in Covid-19 cases. It is pertinent to note that 55 new cases were detected whereas 168 people have recovered.73% of the total cases in Balochistan are locally transmitted. Out of 607 cases, 459 are locally transmitted cases  including 365 from Quetta, 26 from Pishin, 21 from Jaffarabad, 11 from Chagai, 13 from Mastung, 6 from Sibi, 5 from Killa Abdullah, 2 from Kharan, 2 from Ziarat, 1 from Khuzdar and 1 from Harnai.The latest figures depict that 6,130 people have been tested up out of 7,650 suspected patients. Out of these, 552 people tested positive whereas reports of 5,578 people came back …