Rs 9.2 bln collected under Diamer-Bhasha, Mohmand dams fund in 7 months

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January 15, 2019: Realizing importance of water conservation for future generations, Pakistanis living in the country and abroad irrespective of political divide are showing great responsibility for construction of the much-needed Diamer-Bhasha and Mohmand dams.

During a period of almost seven months, they have deposited around Rs 9.2 billion in the Prime Minister and Chief Justice of Pakistan Dams Fund established for the construction of two dams, according to the data placed on website of the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the State Bank of Pakistan (SB) issued a list of top 10 donors both on institution and individual level.

As of December 27, 2018, among institutions the highest donation of Rs 1091.455 million  was made by the employees of Punjab government, Pakistan Army contributed Rs 582.072 million , HQ CWO SPD Rs 201.094 million, Bahria Town Rs 110.127 million, Pakistan Air Force AHQ ISB SCP Rs 100.281 million, Karachi Port Trust  Rs 100 million , HBL Islamic Charity Rs 100 million, Sajid Ali  ACNA NPO NAVEL Accounts Controller Rs 63.827 million, Qarshi Industries Rs 50 million, ENGRO Corp  Rs 50 million, US Apparel and Textile Mills Rs 50 million, Bestway Cement Rs 50 million, employees of the SBP and subsidiaries Rs 44.279 million  and FC Balochistan Rs 40 million.

While on individual level, Muhammad Ali Tabba deposited Rs 100 million, Murtaza Hashwani CEO Hasho Group G Islamabad Rs 60 million, Kumail Younis Rs 29.5 million, Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan Rs 20 million, Riaz Hussain and Yasmeen Riaz MCB Rs 20 million, Abdul Hanan Khan Rs 19.88 million, Zia Ullah Qureshi, Switzerland Rs 16.375 million, Zeeshan Ahmed Rs 15 million, Shan e Abbas Ashary from Saudi Arabia Rs 13.748 million, Zafar Siddiqi Rs 13.3 million and Amjad Ali Khan Rs 13.230 million.


Posted on: 2019-01-15T15:18:00+05:00


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