Custom Health Care Society dispatches humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan


Custom Health Care Society dispatched 16 trucks of humanitarian Aid,comprising 350 tons of food items and medicines to Afghanistan here at Torkham border on Thursday.
The humanitarian aid including blankets, tents, flour, sugar, medicines and medical equipment etc.
In this connection a gathering was organized in Torkham that was attended by beside federal ombudsman, ex-custom official and head of the society Asif Mahmood Jah as Chief guest, member custom operation Tariq Huda, chief collector Khyber Pakhunkhwa Raza Khan, Pakistan Council General in Jalalabad Abidullah , custom intelligence head Abdurrashid Shiekh, custom, NLC, forces officials and representatives of trading community participated in it.
Speaking on the occasion Asif Mahmood Jah said after Taliban taking over, the world has turned blind eyes towards the people of Afghanistan which is injustice to them.
Afghanistan is passing through a critical economic condition therefore Afghanis need support, he remarked.
He conditioned the prosperity of Pakistan with prosperous Afghanistan and said they will leave no unturned to help people of Afghanistan.
Pakistan Council General Abidullah said that 0.7 million Afghan citizens have been displaced in the recent political crises and they need abrupt assistance.
He added that since 15 of August, Pakistan has sent five consignments as humanitarian aid but it is enough as they need the attention of the rich countries.
At the end the chief guest handed over the humanitarian aid to the Pakistani Council General who will distribute it among the deserving Afghan citizens.