BAT supports over a million downtrodden: Prince Charles

LONDON: Sharing of love with others particularly poor and downtrodden will help decrease the agonies and sadness of life, said Prince of Wales, Prince Charles while addressing the 6th annual ceremony of British Asian Trust (BAT).

Prince Charles said six year before it was a dream and now with the hard work this dream was translated into a reality and it is brining changes in the lives of more than one million poor and downtrodden people of the region.

“BAT has turned into a big trees and the importance of supporting deserving people of the region is still as important as crucial the issues itself”, he said.

“In a very short span of time the progress BAT has shown was due to support, help and assistance of you people”, Prince Charles maintained, adding after seeing such a number of projects the BAT is running he was really surprised.

“The trust has utilized the money and efforts of British Asians in a sacred cause, which helped poor people to keep their hand above”, he said.

He disclosed the trust will be expanded and very soon a Prince Charitable Trust is being established for people of South Asia.

He praised the project taken into hand by BAT to help deserving people of communities saying there is still a lot of room for improvement in medical treatment and education of poor and deserving people and people should invest in these projects.

Besides Prince Charles various important personalities attended the function of BAT that includes British Singer Emeli Sande, Actor Sanjeev Bhaskar, News Caster Tasmeen Khan and Wimbledon Champion Boris Baker.

On the occasion Music Producer Naughty Boy whose real name is Shahid Khan, told Prince Charles how his community made him a pop-star from a pizza-boy and he thanked Prince Charles for brining changes in his life.

It is worth mentioning here the Charity has donated 5000 pounds to Sande for making his life.