SAEEA Monthy Progress Meeting Minutes – March 2014
The monthly progress meeting of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) was held on March 04, 2014. The attendees were as follows:
- Kamal Ahmed Farooqi (KAF)
- Engr. Iqbal Ahmed Khan (IAK)
- Ghulam Qutubuddin Khan (GQK)
- Mohammad Abdul Matin (MAM)
- Shafiq Ahmed Khan (SAK)
- Muhammad Salim Hamid (MSH)
The highlights of the meeting were as follows:
- KAF highlighted activities took place during the month of February, 2014.
- KAF thanked SAK for arranging the meeting place and delicious lunch at his residence. It was agreed that the next SAEEA meeting/lunch will be held at KAF residence.
- KAF signed a letter addressed to Saudi Aramco Government Affairs apprising them about Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association for possible future assistance.
- IAK informed all attendees that the SAEEA website is updated with all the 9th reunion photograph presentation and other activities of SAEEA.
- GQK briefed the attendees about Pakistan Government requirement concerning registration of SAEEA. He is in process of collecting the required documents to be submitted to the respective Government Department. GQK is closely working with SAEEA very senior Member, Mr. Ateeq Ur Rahman for seeking his assistance for registration.
- MSH briefed about SAEEA funds.
- MAM surveyed local market in order to purchase souvenir to be presented to SAEEA paid members. Two items were discussed and KAF requested two other office bearers to accompany MAM and finalize the material with SAEEA logo and place the order.
- KAF prayed for all sick people. For details, he requested all SAEEA members to visit our website www.saeea.com.pk on a regular basis.
- KAF requested SAK and MAM to survey places for SAEEA next reunion. It was mutually agreed to arrange a picnic/reunion in a local Farm. IAK will update all Members thru e-mail.
- All SAEEA Members visited the residence of Mr. M. Younus Shaikh, who is recently released from the Hospital after a long sickness. He is almost recovered and is in a position to visit his children, outside Pakistan.