Joginder Singh Salaria extended help after learning about the ill water supply of the area through social media, setting up nearly 60 water pumps in Tharparkar district with the help of local social workers
Islamabad: Amidst the recent Indo-Pak tensions, a Dubai-based Indian businessman has installed over 60 hand pumps in a poverty-stricken district of Pakistan’s Sindh province.
Joginder Singh Salaria extended help after learning about the ill water supply of the area through social media. He set up more than 60 water pumps in Tharparkar district with the help of local social workers.
An Indian Dxb based businessman, Joginder Singh Salaria sets up 62 water handpumps in Tharparkar District. Shame on provincial govt led by PPP @BBhuttoZardari @MuradAliShahPPP pic.twitter.com/752VNN775y— Jaffar Ali (@jaffali) June 6, 2019
Tensions between India and Pakistan reached its height after more than 40 CRPF jawans were killed in the Pulwama massacre on February 14. However, despite, these growing tensions Salaria didn’t step back from helping the locals.
"While India-Pakistan tensions were high following the Pulwama incident, we were installing hand pumps in these poor villages," Joginder Singh Salaria, who launched the Pehal Charitable Trust, was quoted as saying by the Khaleej Times.
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Last Updated 7, Jun 2019, 2:07 PM