Pakistan Army on Saturday awarded heroic oil tanker driver Faisal Baloch with a cash prize at Corps Headquarters in Quetta. The award has been given to acknowledge the selfless act of oil tanker driver Faisal Baloch.
Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) issued a statement. “To acknowledge the selfless act of courage, he was invited at the Corps HQ Quetta, awarded a cash prize, and honored on special directions of the COAS.” He was honored on the directions of Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
On behalf of Pakistan Armed Forces, #HERO fuel tanker driver Faisal Baloch was invited to 12 Corps Headquarters Quetta,
“We hugely appreciate Faisal Baloch for his heroic act of courage and bravery, while endangering his own life to save others”#Balochistan #Pakistan #ISPR
— Pakistan Armed Forces News 🇵🇰 (@PakistanFauj) June 12, 2022
On 7th June 2022 at Quetta, Driver Faisal Baloch saved many precious lives by putting his own life in danger, driving a burning oil tanker for 3 km and taking it away from populated area. To acknowledge the selfless act of courage, 1/N pic.twitter.com/30RPh2Sq14
— Pakistan Strategic Forum (@ForumStrategic) June 12, 2022
Last week, Faisal Baloch, an oil tanker driver risked his life to save the lives of other people. He steered a burning oil tanker three kilometers away from the populated area to save the lives of people.
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A video of the driver driving the burning tanker caught people on social media with shock. Faisal Baloch with his heroic bravery averted a possible major catastrophe.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) Quetta Shehak Baloch on Friday also awarded a certificate of human life protection and cash to the tanker driver Faisal Baloch in recognition of his humanitarian service for saving human lives by taking the burning oil tanker away from the population at the risk of his life, on Friday.
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On the occasion, the Deputy Commissioner appreciated the bravery and courage of Faisal Baloch and said that he put his life at risk to save the lives and property of the other people.
Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo also announced Rs, 0.5 million for a tanker driver Faisal Baloch the other day and appreciated his efforts in saving the lives of people when he had taken the burning oil tanker away from the population are putting his life at risk.