Appeal for workers’ solidarity!

We urge all our brothers, sisters and comrades in the international trade union movement to show their solidarity and support to the affected people, especially trade union members, workers and peasants.

We urgently need resources to provide relief to our affected brothers and sisters. Amongst the millions hit by the flooding more than 200 members of the TURCP (Trade Union Rights Campaign – Pakistan) and Progressive Workers Federation and their families have been affected. Their houses, crops and everything else have been wiped out. They need food, clean drinking water, medicines, tents and other daily utilities. We are trying to provide whatever is possible for us to provide to these families. But we urgently need your help, solidarity and support for these people. We request that all trade unions, union branches and workers and members of the trade unions support our campaign. Every penny you donate will be accounted for and reach the affected people.

Syed Fazalabbas
Secretary General of Progressive Workers Federation
Chief organiser United Workers Union

TP: +92 321 426 2167

Malik Muhammad shabir
President, Progressive Workers Federation
Secretary General, PTV central employee union

Khalid Bhatti

Finance secretary, Progressive Workers Federation
National organiser of TURCP

TP: +92 333 433 1755

Rukhsana Manzoor
Finance Secretary, TURCP

Please make your donations to the UK branch of TURCP, who will be dealing with all the international donations.
Please make cheques payable to: TURCP.

For donations
Bank Name: Lloyds TSB

Branch Name: Leytonstone, London E11

Account number: 00574699

Sortcode : 30 95 03

BIG: Loydgb21500

IBAN: GB70 LOYD 3095 0300 5746 99

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