Karachi shopkeepers were not involved in blast

Posted on 29 December 2009 by PakBee - Total hits: 4,472

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Karachi shopkeepers were not involved in blast
Help those who lost their loved ones & assets yesterday

After the aftermath of Yesterday 28th December 2009,Karachi ASHURA Suicide Bomb blast, some miscreant had burned down 2000 Shops causing Billion of Rupees Loss. These markets are the Oldest Whole-sale markets where from Chemical to other imported goods being whole-sales through out Pakistan.

The loss is bigger then the loss the SUCIDE BOMBER did, We ask every responsible Pakistani to come up & support our Karachi Shopkeeper who had served our Community since years of hardships and now its Our time to help our Brethren Shopkeeper to find them a way out of their Today`s Misery.

We also need to support our Trade-Community with Moral & Financial Help, the Bomber had affected 40-Families, and the angry mob had caused dogmatic losses to more than 2000 Families.

They need our Support Financially, please join us so we can support our suffering Trade-Community out of this Crises.

We request Youth & other Social Organization to step up and gather @ Bolton Market so we can access the losses they`ve countered, Bring Cameras with you if you have.

Gathering Point: KFC PIDC


Contact Persons:
Abid Beli: 0321-9204942
Ali Shaikh: 0321-2025508

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