Indian helps distressed Pakistani family in Dubai

Vastavam web: A Dubai-based Indian businessman has helped a distressed Pakistani family — a mother and her three children — during a difficult phase and ensured their safe return home. Joginder Singh Salaria, philanthropist and founder of Dubai-based charity PCT humanity, offered full support to Mehwish Wahab, whose husband was jailed. Recollecting her turmoil, Mehwish said: “I have been living in Dubai since 2012. This year was the most challenging. My husband suffered a leg injury in an incident and was hospitalised. We couldn’t pay rent for months. Later, my husband was arrested for defaulting on credit card payments and a cheque case.

“I approached Joginder sir. Without showing any bias … he helped me and resolved all my issues. He paid for our accommodation, penalties, document work with different departments for my husband’s case … In short, he took care of the complete expenses of sending us back to Pakistan.” Salaria also helped free Mehwish’s husband from jail. “We have reached Pakistan. I want to give the message of love and unity. Indians and Pakistanis … share the same culture, language and history. The act of humanity by Joginder sir has shown the way for others to follow. He is a man with a golden heart trying to bridge the gap between Indians and Pakistanis,” Mehwish added.