ISLAMABAD: Renowned Pakistani entrepreneur, Chaudhry Abdul Majeed, has made a groundbreaking announcement to establish a housing society exclusively for the families of martyred individuals who served in the Pakistan Army and police.
In an interview with Daily Jang, Majeed expressed his commitment to providing plots free of cost to the relatives of fallen heroes serving in the security forces.
He also emphasized that all necessary amenities, including water, electricity, gas, and other facilities, would be provided to these families without any charges.
Majeed stated, “Our martyrs are the pride of our nation.”
Furthermore, Majeed condemned the recent arson attacks on army installations that occurred on May 9th.
He asserted that those responsible for the desecration of martyrs’ monuments should not be pardoned, urging for no leniency to be shown towards the arsonists.
In his quest for justice, Majeed revealed his upcoming plans to travel to Australia in the coming days.
Upon his return, he intends to organize a grand national ceremony in Islamabad, where he will extend invitations to the Prime Minister, federal ministers, chiefs of the armed forces, members of parliament, and national heroes.