Pakistan cricket team donates Rs3.2m to dam's fund

Pakistan Cricket Team in Asia Cup 2018
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Pakistan cricket group skipper Sarfraz Ahmed has declared that the whole squad will give Rs3.2 million for the development of dams in the nation.

Talking at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Sarfraz said that working of dams would profit the nation later on.

"The general population ought to effectively contribute in dam subsidize, it would profit the nation," he said. "Pakistani cricket group has contributed Rs3.2 million in dam support."

Prior, Pakistan umpire Aleem Dar had likewise declared that he will contribute $10,000 to the dams subsidize venture.

"I have chosen to contribute $10,000 for the dams finance activity," he said in a video message.

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Boss Justice Saqib Nisar kick-began the activity by giving Rs1 million for the two dams and asked all foundations and people to assume their due part for the development of the dams in the nation.

The nation's Supreme Court had guided specialists to promptly begin development of the two dams and spoke to the general population, including abroad Pakistanis, to make a commitment for executing the activities. 

Head administrator Imran Khan has additionally upheld this activity and engaged the compatriots, particularly abroad Pakistanis, to liberally contribute for building new dams.

In a concise pre-recorded deliver to the country, PM Imran depicted the continuous water emergency as the greatest test facing the nation. He cautioned that if new water supplies were not worked inside seven years, the nation would confront a dry spell like circumstance.
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