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King Charles didn’t bother to mention Shahzada Dawood, adviser to his Prince Trust, amid search for Titan submersible

Pakistani tycoon Shahzada Dawood, who died along with his 19-year-old son Suleman Dawood, in the Titan submersible tragedy, was also an adviser to Prince Trust International, an organization founded by King Charles.

The royal family, however, did not issue any statement mentioning Shahzada Dawood after the submarine went missing on Sunday.

The royal family has been oblivious to the fact that a rich British citizen who wanted to help fellow citizens through The Prince Trust International was missing.

Shahzada Dawood with his son Suleman Dawood

Shahzada was scions of one of the most prominent corporate dynasties in Pakistan. The family’s namesake business empire, Dawood Hercules Corp., has investments in agriculture, the health sector and other industries.

Shahzada was the vice chairman of the Karachi-based Engro Corporation in Pakistan.

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