Indian Charity sets Guinness Records for holding Longest Iftar
PCT Humanity, a charity run by an Indian named Joginder Singh Salaria in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), sets a new Guinness World Records for ‘Longest Line of Hunger Relief Package’ in Abu Dhabi.
- Indian expat Joginder Singh Salaria is the founder of PCT Humanity, which set the Guinness world record with Iftar distribution. The PCT stands for Pehal Charitable Trust.
- The Hunger Relief Package efforts were in continuation to vegetarian iftar which is held daily by PCT Humanity at premises of Salaria’s company Pehal International in Dubai Industrial Park, Abu Dhabi.
- PCT Humanity’s record-breaking Iftar line contained seven meal items spread in a line without keeping any gap which continued for about a kilometre in length.
- The charity was held for hunger relief efforts during the Muslim’s holy month of Ramzan.
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Topics: Abu Dhabi • Dubai Industrial Park • Guinness World Records • Joginder Singh Salaria • Longest Line of Hunger Relief Package • PCT Humanity • Pehal Charitable Trust • Pehal International • UAE • United Arab Emirates