Bestway Group donates Rs600m to help Pakistan fight coronavirus

Pakistan’s leading foreign investor Bestway Group has announced it has provided financial and material support to the people of Pakistan amounting to Rs600million in the four months to April 2020.

The group has also given Rs200 million to the Prime Minister’s Coronavirus Relief Fund.

In a statement released by the Bestway Group, CEO Lord Zameer Choudrey, CBE said, “Let me reassure the people of Pakistan on behalf of our Chairman Sir Anwar Pervez that we are conscious of our responsibility as the largest overseas Pakistani investor. Inshallah will not let our country down in its hour of need. In the four months to April 2020, our group has spent more than Rs600 million on COVID-19 relief and CSR activities. More resources will be devoted as and when necessary”.

Bestway Group has made these contributions through its key subsidiaries in Pakistan, Bestway Cement Limited and United Bank Limited as well as its charitable arm, Bestway Foundation.

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“The group has been working in partnership with the country’s leading healthcare providers and has donated ventilators and vital medical supplies to hospitals across the country. The group is also working actively within its local communities across the country and providing thousands of much-needed food packages and financial assistance to deserving families,” a statement released by Bestway said.

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