LAHORE (PR) - Bahria Town Chairman Malik Riaz Hussain has announ-ced the donation of 75pc of all his assets for the relief and rehabilitation of flood victims. In an exclusive interview with CNN, Malik Riaz Hussain announced the unprecedented amount of $2 billion to the cause of helping the victims and elaborated the severity of the calamity damaging the agriculture and economy of the country throughout impacting business and trading activities by up to 60pc. When the anchor person at CNN reconfirmed whether Malik Riaz Hussain would donate $2 billion, he reaffirmed that he would contribute much more than that amount. In his exclusive interview with CNN, Chairman Bahria Town dwelled on the massive poverty the country is facing and the relevant social issues that arise out of it and reiterated his recent appeal to all billionaires of Pakistan to come forward and help their country. According to him, If 140 rich Pakistanis come together and commit to alleviate poverty, then this grave national problem could be solved within days. In this regard, he personally committed to give away 75pc of all his wealth to charitable causes within Pakistan. Malik Riaz Hussain said that if Pakistan gets $25 billion, it will be enough for the construction of 10,000 homes which not only accommodate 80,000 people but will also provide them facilities of education, healthcare and entertainment. He said that if approached, Bahria Town would construct these houses on no profit basis. In fact he is ready to donate more from his pocket for this noble cause. He suggested a special team should be established to monitor funds utilisation and quality of the houses being constructed. Speaking of Bahria Towns ongoing efforts for the poor, Malik Riaz Hussain mentioned that his company presently provides 150,000 free daily meals, free healthcare to 80,000 individuals everyday. They are also providing them relief goods including tents, utensils, daily items etc. He said And I am ready to spend my each and every penny for this purpose, because if my people are out of food, out of houses, I cannot sleep.