Five people who went to view the wreckage of Submarine’s Titanic ship are missing at sea.
A Pakistani billionaire and his son are among the five missing.
All had gone to document the wreck of the “Titanic”.
New Delhi: Five people went to see the wreckage of the Titanic ship in a remote area of the Atlantic Ocean. His submarine has disappeared. After that, a rescue operation was launched to find the submarine. All of them had gone to document the wreck of the sinking ship “Titanic” more than a century ago. It is reported that in addition to the driver of the submarine (Missing Titanic Submarine), a famous British businessman, a Pakistani industrial father-son and other members were on board.
According to the New York Post, Engro Corporation, based in Karachi, Pakistan, said in a statement that British businessman Shahzada Dawood, 48, and his 19-year-old son Suleman were in aboard the missing submarine. Prince Dawood comes from one of Pakistan’s wealthiest families. He is vice president of Engro and has a background in textile and fertilizer manufacturing. According to the World Economic Forum website, he has served on boards in various industries.
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He is also a member of the Global Advisory Board of Prince’s Trust International, the charity of King Charles III. The trust said in a statement that her father Hussain was one of the charity’s founding patrons. Prince Dawood and his sons are British. Prince Dawood and his wife Christine also have a daughter, Alina. Will Straw, chief executive of Prince’s Trust International, said in a statement: “We are shocked by this terrible news, pray for rescue and support his family during this difficult time.”
According to the SETI Institute website, businessman Prince Dawood is an animal enthusiast. Explain that the institute is a scientific organization, of which he is the administrator. Angro Corporation has stated that his interests include photography, particularly wildlife photography, and exploring different natural habitats. The company said Suleman Dawood is a huge science fiction fan. He plays volleyball and has a keen interest in solving Rubik’s Cubes.
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FIRST POST: June 21, 2023, 9:58 a.m. HST