KARACHI (APP) - BOC Pakistan Limited, a member of The Linde Group, together with its regional headquarters in Singapore, Linde Gas Asia Limited, announced a total donation of Rs 12.2 million towards flood relief efforts in Pakistan. An announcement here on Saturday said that this amount includes voluntary contributions by the employees of BOC Pakistan and Linde Gas Asia in Singapore, and matching contributions and donations from the two companies. It said that the money will be transferred to two very reputable Pakistani NGOs, the Layton Rahmatullah Benevolent Trust (LRBT) and the Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT), to provide flood relief and medical services to those affected. Ayaz Bokhari, Managing Director of BOC Pakistan, said that with these employee and company contributions, we demonstrate our commitment to stand firmly beside the many courageous relief workers to provide support to the flood affected population. BOC Pakistan is the market leader in medical and industrial gases in the country and we are sparing no effort to ensure we continue to supply our customers, including hospitals, and where needed, relief camps to help save lives. he added. Sanjiv Lamba, Managing Director of Linde Gas Asia Limited said, 'We extend our heartfelt sympathies to all those affected by the devastating floods in the country and we hope our contribution will assist in some small way towards helping the people of Pakistan overcome their challenges in these difficult times. Additionally, BOC Pakistan is allowing each of its employees to take two days paid leave to assist with volunteer efforts associated with flood relief.