MOL Pakistan’s free MHU facilitates over 5,000 patients across TAL Block

Lahore (Muhammad Yasir) MOL Pakistan Oil and Gas Co. B.V. in partnership with the JV Consortium of TAL Block has successfully completed another spree of free medical camps around TAL Block which extend health facilities to more than five thousand residents of underprivileged districts of KP including Karak, Kohat and Hangu. Under this spree, a large number of camps were organized during the last eight months at different localities of TAL Block. A dedicated Mobile Health Unit (MHU) consisted of a team of specialist doctors and expert paramedics, after thorough medical checkups, provided free-of-cost medicines to the residents including male and female elders, adults, young, children, and citizens with special needs, who otherwise didn’t have easy access to such facilities. At the completion of this spree, a simple ceremony was held at the location where Mr Thomas Quigley, CEO MOL Pakistan was the chief guest. Syed Fahad Iftikhar – AC Banda Daud Shah, Irfan Khattak – DSP Banda Daud Shah and other dignitaries were also present at the ceremony. The chief guest Mr Thomas Quigley, CEO MOL Pakistan at the ceremony, said, “As operator of Tal Block, MOL Pakistan is committed to the social welfare of our local communities residing in our areas of operation. We have a long history of providing free medical camps and free eye camps in KP, and will continue to do so in the future.” Syed Fahad Iftikhar, AC Banda Daud Shah, at the ceremony said, “I am grateful to MOL Pakistan for regularly organizing free medical camps for the local communities in its areas of operations. These kind of initiatives reflects upon the commitment of the company towards the betterment of its communities.” In his message, Ali Murtaza Abbas, MOL Group Regional Vice President for Middle East, Africa & Pakistan, said, “MOL Group is a responsible corporate entity that prioritizes the health and wellbeing of our local communities in Pakistan thanks to our corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. These free medical camps are arranged at the request of our local communities and supplement the work of local administrations and the provincial government.” It is pertinent to mention here that MOL Pakistan has always looked forward to bringing positive change to the communities through its unique social welfare programs. The conduct of such camps is an example of this program, and many more are in the pipeline to facilitate the community. The local residents presented turban to the chief guest and appreciated the CSR initiatives done for the wellbeing of the community. They also requested the chief guest to organize such camps in future as well.