Thursday, 1 September 2011

Malik gives Rs25K cash to boy

 Updated at: 2321 PST, Thursday, September 01, 2011
Malik gives Rs25K cash to boy KARACHI: Federal Minister for Interior A Rehman Malik Thursday during a visit to residence of slain Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader and chairman of Peoples Unity, Aamir Shah gave Rs 25, 000 cash to a boy upon breaking a toy gun.

He condoled with the family over his demise and announced to provide jobs to his two brothers.

Talking to family members, Rehman Malik said that the slain leader was an asset for the PPP and that his services for the party will be long remembered. He also offered fateha for the departed soul.

Later, the Minister visited the area and inquired from the locals about the law and order situation after surgical action in selected areas of Karachi.

People of the area who gathered around him appreciated the efforts of the Interior Minister and said they were satisfied with his performance.

While responding to their reaction, Rehman Malik said that his aim was to improve law and order and restore peace in the city.

Upon looking at the plastic gun in the hands of a child, the minister asked the kid to break that gun as children should not play with toy guns. He gave him cash of Rs 25,000 when the kid broke his gun into two pieces.

Earlier, two prominent business leaders S.M. Muneer and Mian Zahid called on the Interior Minister at State Guest House.


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