Pakistan Social Club (PSC) held an induction ceremony for its newly elected board of directors at the Dr A Q Khan Auditorium in Pakistan School Muscat.
The ceremony was held under the auspices of H E Nawabzada Aminullah Khan Raisani, the Ambassador of Pakistan to Oman, and the chief guest for the occasion was Rana Mashood Ahmed Khan, the deputy speaker of the Provincial Assembly of Lahore. Eleven new board members took the oath administered by the chief guest. The club also established four new wings: the community welfare wing and wings for ladies, sports, and literature.
“We have a lot of new ideas for the expanding Pakistani population in Oman. The main problems faced by our community shall be taken care of by the new council. “From December 1, Pakistani expatriates who face difficulties in transporting bodies of deceased relatives back home can approach the club. The club shall take care of all the aspects.
Needy and deserving Pakistani children, who want to study but cannot afford school fees, shall be helped by the club. There are a number of students here who belong to well off families but don’t go to school. I make an earnest request to the community to educate children,” said Muhammad Saeed Khan, the new president of PSC. “It’s my first visit to Oman.
A community in a foreign country can do much for its country. Our nation needs a direction. We have a lot of talent that can be promoted,” said Khan. H E Raisani said, “This council represents a community of approximately 220,000 people. I extend my best wishes to the new council"