ISLAMABAD: British boxer Amir Khan took to social media to ask Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to take action against the Pakistan Sports Council (PSB), which he said created obstacles in the process of sending rations to the needy. The Amir Khan Foundation (AKF), according to the boxer, currently serves the needs of 10,000 people but PSB has stopped food and people are entering the place. “Very disappointed, I supported 10,000 poor and poor Pakistani families with food at the AK Boxing Academy in Islamabad. Pakistan Sports Council authorities have created obstacles and stopped people and food from getting into the premise, “Amir tweeted from his official Twitter account.
He attached a picture of the notification sent to him by PSB, which had the subject “illegally entering the truck and unloading flour at Amir Khan Boxing Hall”. The notice said that “as per the Government’s instructions all indoor and outdoor facilities were closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) campaign. The entry of trucks and dismantling of flour bags by 10-12 people, opening closed facilities without authority, place, and legal approval is a violation of Government policy and PSB discipline. It’s not just a serious safety error on the part of the security staff that can cause any accident. ” The letter was signed by Muhammad Shahid, Deputy Director General (Facility), meanwhile addressed to PSB Security Officer Muhammad Ashraf. Amir had previously promised to donate Rs40 million for the welfare of the poor in Pakistan during the forced locking of the corona virus. “The Amir Khan Foundation will make sure to distribute rations and other things needed among the poor,” Amir said. He also offered to use the boxing academy in Islamabad as a quarantine center. “I want to help the Pakistani government because they help patients affected by coronavirus,” he added.
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