Javed Afridi, the Chairman of Peshawar Zalmi, has announced job opportunities and rewards for the heroes involved in the recent chairlift incident in Battagram.
The incident involved Sahib Khan and his team who displayed immense courage by risking their lives to rescue a group of school students and a teacher who were trapped on a malfunctioning chairlift in Battagram.
Javed Afridi took to Twitter to express his admiration, stating, “An incredible sense of bravery and belief. Their example of courage and bravery serves as a lesson to us all.”
Afridi further emphasized that the fearless actions of these individuals not only demonstrated humanity but also filled the entire nation with pride and joy.
Recognizing their selfless dedication, Afridi revealed his plans to reward both Sahib Khan and his friend with job opportunities and a surprise reward.
In the recent incident, Pakistan Army personnel and local citizens collaborated to rescue eight individuals, including seven students and a teacher, who were stranded in a cable car for hours.
Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar also commended the collective efforts of the armed forces, rescue teams, and local community for their humanitarian actions. He praised the teamwork displayed by these groups in a tweet, stating, “Great teamwork by the military, rescue departments, district administration, as well as the local people.”