President Islamabad, ISLAMABAD
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Pakistani President visits cattle market before Eid.
President Arif Alvi, while visiting sacrificial market ahead of Eid ul Azha , stresses compliance with SOPs to prevent spread of COVID 19.
Shotlist: TARAMRI, ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (JULY 28, 2020) (PRESIDENT OFFICE – ACCESS ALL) (MUTE)
- PAKISTANI PRESIDENT ARIF ALVI ARRIVING AT MARKET FOR SACRIFICIAL ANIMALS
- VARIOUS OF ALVI INSPECTING CATTLE STALLS
- ALVI TALKING TO GOAT SELLER/ PATTING GOAT
- VARIOUS OF ALVI TALKING TO CATTLE SELLERS
- ALVI WAVING TO PEOPLE IN CATTLE MARKET
- (TARLAI, ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN) (JULY 28, 2020) (ORIGINALLY 4:3) (PRESIDENT OFFICE – ACCESS ALL)
- ALVI BEING GREETED BY OFFICIALS OF SHELTER HOME
- VARIOUS OF ALVI ASKING PEOPLE INSIDE SHELTER HOME ABOUT WHERE THEY HAVE COME FROM
- ALVI TALKING TO OFFICIALS OF SHELTER HOME
- ALVI CHECKING LEDGER
- ALVI INSPECTING VARIOUS PARTS OF SHELTER HOME
- VARIOUS OF ALVI TALKING TO RESIDENTS OF SHELTER HOME HAVING FOOD
- ALVI INSPECTING KITCHEN OF SHELTER HOME
- ALVI HAVING FOOD WITH PEOPLE IN SHELTER HOME
According to a statement from the President’s office, he interacted with the cattle sellers and advised them to adopt the SOPs to avoid the spread of coronavirus.
“During a visit to cow and goat market set up at Taramri, the President said it was important to follow the safety measures while performing the sacred obligation of sacrifice,” a statement issued from the office of the President said.
Earlier, the President visited a shelter home set up by the government at Tarlai in the outskirts of capital.
On arrival, the President was given a briefing about the measures taken to provide relief to the workers and out-of-town laborers.
The President reviewed the arrangements made for the homeless and needy at the shelter home and interacted with the people. He even sat down to have a meal with the people in the shelter home.
The President “instructed the Managing Director Bait ul Maal Aun Abbas Bappi on the occasion to take special care of elderly,” a government statement said.
“He lauded the contribution of Saylani Welfare Trust for providing quality food to the helpless and laborers at shelter home. He also expressed satisfaction over the implementation of standard operating procedures (SOPs) at the shelter home to contain the spread of coronavirus,” the statement added.