Pakistan’s ICC Elite Panel Umpire Aleem Dar has offered free food for jobless persons especially laborers at his restaurant during the lockdown situation persisting in the city due to coronavirus pandemic.
APP reported that Aleem Dar, world’s senior-most umpire with 386 international matches including 132 Tests, 208 ODIs and 46 T20s, said in a video message on Wednesday that it looks very difficult for labor class to survive in the prevailing circumstances.
“Really it is a very challenging time especially for the poor people of our society. We are distributing free food for jobless and deserving people in this hour of need outside our restaurant between 2.00 pm to 3.00 pm”, said Aleem Dar, the most distinguished and respected international cricket umpire in Pakistan’s cricket history.
He further said, “The present crisis expects from all of us to come forward and contribute as much as we can. We can defeat coronavirus and persisting crisis through combine efforts,” he added.
Amir Khan Boxer has donated a four-storey building to the National Health Service to help out in the fight against coronavirus.
With NHS struggling with bed shortages amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Amir Khan Boxer has allowed his 66,000 square foot building to be used by those affected.
Two-weight world champion Khan has revealed that the building was set to be turned into a wedding hall and retail outlet.