The management of Pavilion End Club has released an official statement regarding the orders of demolishing it and Aladdin Shopping Mall on Wednesday (today).
The statement reads “supreme Court passed an order to demolish Aladin Shopping Mall and Pavilion End Club in a case hearing which was not even related to A.A Joyland’s amenities.”
“Furthermore, the Right of Hearing which is a basic right for any wrongfully accused was denied right away. We were silenced on all platforms.”
According to Pavilion End Club management, they offers physical and mental welfare to the public. Pavilion End Club charges Rs. 8000 per family of 6-7 persons, which any middle class family can afford. They have 16,000 families that enjoy these facilities.
Moreover, Pavilion End Club employs 600 people who have their livelihood based on it from managers to gardeners and security guard.
“Did this decision consider the livelihood of these poor people who would be severely affected by it”, reads the statement.
“The government wants to increase tourism and recreation in Pakistan. Is this the way to increase tourism and recreation? By destroying such quality recreation facilities in Pakistan? This will just drive away investors and stakeholders and will put Pakistan in a blacklist.”
The Pavilion End Club management has requested public to speak in favour of development and economy, which can save jobs and recreation.