KARACHI: Indus Motors Company (IMC) will support Saadi Abbas Jalbani, a local karate athlete with over 13 Asian honours to his name, to represent Pakistan in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
This initiative is taken under the company’s global ‘Start Your Impossible’ initiative campaign that reflects the Olympic and Paralympic Spirit of Encouragement, Challenge and Progress.
According to a statement issued by the company, Saadi Abbas Jalbani hailing from a small town of Karachi, Lyari, has risen sharply to become the first South Asian to win Asian Karatedo Championship. In spite of being faced by many hardships, Saadi continued to pursue his dream of becoming a Karate Champion and tried to keep Pakistan flag high in international matches and games.
To promote sports and support young talent of Pakistan, Indus Motor Company Limited (IMC) will be supporting Saadi Abbas towards his journey to the road of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
In order to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and achieve his dream of representing Pakistan in the Olympic Games, Saadi needs to participate in various Karate championships/ Karate Leagues over the year 2019 for which IMC will be supporting him. This support will be in line with Toyota’s global pursuit of “Mobility for all”.
“IMC is a socially responsible corporate citizen and firm believer in sustainability. “Mobility for all” is not just a philosophy for us but a platform to inspire our customers, motivate and encourage different factions of community to take on their impossible. It is our commitment to support Pakistani youth at all levels and encourage them to achieve their impossible. We are confident that, Saadi, will win a gold for Pakistan Insha’Allah,” said CEO IMC, Ali Asghar Jamali.
“I am grateful to Indus Motor Company for supporting me in fulfilling my dream and aspirations to participate in the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games and win gold. I will put in all my efforts to make my country proud,” said Saadi Abbas Jalbani.