108 victims of Australian boat tragedy saved
Posted on 11 months ago
PARACHINAR: One hundred and eight people had been saved while 90 others are still missing after a ferry drowned near Australia a few days back.
According to Pakistani High Commissioner for Australia Abdul Malik about 200 people were travelling in a boat of which 108 had been saved while some of them are in different hospitals.
Sources said 143 persons out of 200 belonged to Parahinar and wanted to migrate to Australia due to worse situation of peace in their area for the last few years.
The names of persons who had been saved are: Suhbat Hussain, Saeed Ajmal Hussain son of Syed Tahmul, Zahir son of Umar Gul, Mudassir, Akbar Hussain, Jalal, Muzahir Hussain, Maqbool Hussain, Muslim Shah, Fida Hussain, Mubashir Hussain son of Siraj Malik, Sardar Ali son of Meer Ali, Syed Kishwar Hussain, Mehdi Hussain son of Israr, Munawar Hussain, Musadiq Hussain, Farid Hussain, Bakhtiyar Hussain, Sohaib Hussain, Javeed Hussain, Mehtab Ali, Syed Tajdar Hussain, Muhammad Ilyas son of Muhammad Younus, Shujat Ali son of Aman Ali, Sadiq Ali son of Sharbat Ali, Adnan Hussain son of Nair Hussain, Altaf son of Haji Mumtaz, Altaf Hussain, Altaf son of Jamal Uqab, Mahir Hussain, Anwar Hussain, Sajid, Muhammd Nazir, Javeed Hussain son of Nisar, Asad Ali son of Zahir Shah, Ibrar Hussain son of Nisar, Kamal, Ulfat Hussain, Gul Hussain, Murtaza son of Yousaf, Shahdat Ali, Muhammad Ali, Akmal son of Habib, Najm ul Hassan, Iftikhar Hussain, Moin Hussain, Rahmat Ali, Imtiyaz Ali, Syed Sajid Hussain, Wasim Abass, Syed Fayaz Hussain, Sarfaraz son of Muhammad Yousaf, Sharafat Hussain, Bilal Hussain, Gulfam Hussin, Muhammad Nabi, Zahid Hussain, Ali Akbar, Wajid Hussain, Arif Hussain, Iqbal son of Header Ali, Gulfam, Bilal, Amin Hussain, Intiezar Hussain son of Badshah Hussain, Luqaman, Noor Hussain, Noor Sarwar, Ghazanfar Hussain, Habib, Arbab, Mehboob, Gulzar Hussain, Wahid Ali and Syed Sirtaj Hussain.
The High Commission for Pakistan, Canberra (Australia) can be contacted at phone number 0061-2-62900633 and 0061-430 833 990 or through email email@example.com.
The Consulate General of Pakistan Sydney can also be contacted through phone numbers 0061-2-9222 1807 and 0061-420-566 634, 0061-469 204 390.
The concerned Australian authorities can also be contacted through phone number 0061-399-365 436.
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