Karachi: Boxer Aamir Khan provided rations to 1500 deserving families
LAHORE: Pakistani-born British boxer Aamir Khan has provided rations to 1,500 deserving families in the ancient Lyari area of Karachi.
According to details, international boxer Aamir Khan continues to distribute rations to the deserving people in Pakistan while he provided rations to 1,500 deserving families in the ancient area of Lyari, Karachi. With the help of national boxer, Nadir Baloch Distribution continues.
Former world champion Aamir Khan says that Lyari is a stronghold of boxing. The people of Lyari love sports especially boxing. Providing rations to the deserving is an expression of my love for Lyari. 12,000 ration bags have been distributed in Pakistan. Which will benefit 60,000 deserving people.
Earlier, Pakistani-born British boxer Aamir Khan shared a video on social networking site Twitter, in which it could be seen that aid rations were being distributed to the poor at the Aamir Khan Academy in Islamabad. Zulfi Bukhari, Advisor to the Prime Minister, is also accompanying him on the occasion.
Sharing the video on Twitter, Aamir Khan wrote that due to the lockdown, thousands of people in Pakistan do not have food rations. Thousands of people received rations from Aamir Khan Academy.
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