Burney calls for saving another ship crew from Ebola

September 10, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: The Chairman of Ansar Burney Trust International, Ansar Burney, has requested Pakistan government to save life of 20 crew members of another PNSC ship MV Multan anchored at the sea port of Douala in Cameroon facing serious deadly virus EBOLA that has already claimed more than 2000 lives.

He said the government and PNSC meanwhile should also take all the precautionary measures to save Pakistani crew of another Pakistani ship MV Multan stuck in Cameroon, Africa. He said Kashif Abbasi is the captain on the ship.

Burney said that because of deadly EBOLA disease in Cameroon and other West African countries, roads were unusually quiet and checkpoints manned by heavily armed soldiers had blocked all movements.

He further said Ansar Burney Trust International in this regard had already sent SOS letters to President Mamnoon Hussain, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Ministry of Port and Shipping and Chairman of PNSC to save the lives of 20 innocent Pakistani crew members of the ship MV Multan and on their way back to refrain from spreading of such virus in Pakistan in the worst possible situation.

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