ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The AAA Associates has established a street library by the name of “Bazam-e-Zauq” in Rawalpindi near the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) Office.
The Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam inaugurated the Street Library.
The library will have free access to all the people who would want to read the books.
In order to revive the old habit of reading books, the AAA Associates has taken the initiative of opening a Street Library in the vicinity. The initiative is a collaborative effort along with the RDA.
The Chairman AAA Associates Sheikh Fawad Bashir, the Commissioner Rawalpindi Syed Gulzar Hussain Shah, the Chairman RDA Raja Tariq Mehmood Mirza, the Vice-Chairman RDA Haroon Hashmi were among the attendees along with other people from different walks of life.
While addressing the event, Malik Amin Aslam said, “Libraries are an essential part of our communities and the cultural backbone of our city. Such initiatives not only contribute to making a better society but also imparts valuable lessons from years of experience.”
The Chairman AAA Associates Sheikh Fawad Bashir said, “The purpose of AAA’s Bazm-e-Zauq street library is to compel people to read more books as reading has been proven to be an effective way to keep the brain active. Every good book opens up new dimensions of thoughts for the reader.”
The AAA Associates is one of the recognized names in the Real Estate Sector of Rawalpindi/Islamabad. They have been venturing into a myriad of activities that benefit the community as a whole. From promoting sports to providing philanthropic activities, the AAA Associates has been active and conscious about its social and cooperative responsibility towards society.