Pakistan’s largest digital service provider, Jazz, a VEON group company, CEO Aamir Ibrahim met with Prime Minister Imran Khan today at his residence and presented a contribution of Rs 50 million towards PM COVID19 Relief Fund.
Jazz earlier pledged PKR 1.2 billion support towards Covid19 relief. The package was announced to include short to mid-term initiatives aimed to limit the negative impact of the pandemic, primarily for the most vulnerable communities. This contribution is part of the Rs 1.2 Billion pledge of Jazz to support various relief efforts
Jazz made the announcement on its official Twitter handle as well as on its Facebook page as you can see below:
Jazz contributes Rs. 50 Million to the COVID19 Relief Fund during a meeting between the Prime Minister, @ImranKhanPTI and CEO Jazz, @aamir_ibrahim01. The contribution is part of Jazz’s pledge of PKR 1.2 billion for various relief efforts. #JazzCares #JazzSuper4G #DunyaKoBataaDo pic.twitter.com/W5KgPh0eUh— Jazz (@jazzpk) April 19, 2020
Check what Imran Khan official Facebook page has to say on the meeting:
The move was immediately appreciated by social media users across the country. They have all the nice words for the company. Other telecom companies have also got into the race as Telenor Pakistan announced a pledged PKR 1.6 Billion in cash and and kind to support towards COVID19 relief efforts.
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