DUBAI: Former Punjab governor Chaudhry Mohammed Sarwar has announced the establishment of the “Grand Overseas Club” to address the grievances of Pakistani expatriates away from their homeland via “One Window – Overseas Smart App”.
Sarwar was addressing the Grand Overseas Club-UAE Inaugural Introductory Ceremony in Dubai along with prominent Pakistani businessmen and newly elected Grand Overseas Club-UAE Chapter President Malik Munir Awan and former Pakistani hockey star Jaffar Hussain, who is elected junior president of the club. . Sarwar informed that the launching ceremony of the Grand Overseas Club will take place on August 14 this year and the club will have branches in more than 60 countries.
Referring to the current economic situation in Pakistan, Chaudhry Mohammed Sarwar acknowledged that foreign currency from Pakistani expatriates can bail out the country from the debt of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other financial institutions. “The idea of the ‘Grand Overseas Club’ came about during the pilgrimage to Holy Medina and prayers at Masjid-e-Nabawwi (PBUH),” he revealed, adding that some overseas Pakistanis l had approached the Prophet’s Mosque (PBUH) for their problems. in the homeland. He assured that the “Grand Overseas Club” would become active immediately after receiving the complaint through a smart app. In Dubai, prominent Pakistani businessman Malik Munir Awan has been elected president of the Grand Overseas Club UAE. Additionally, Gulfam Khan was elected Vice President of the UAE Chapter, Yasir Tanoli was elected Secretary General and Ali Jadoon elected Membership Commissioner.