Pakistan’s renowned Humanitarian and social worker Abdul Sattar Edhi is being remembered on his 3rd death anniversary here on Monday.
Throughout his life, he was on a mission of serving the poor and needy people of the society.
He has laid down the foundation of the world’s “largest volunteer ambulance organization”.
This man of words died on July 8, 2016, in Karachi. The reason behind his death was his prolonged illness.
At first stage, he started a free dispensary in 1951, which, later on, turned to be the largest charity organization in Pakistan.
He was a part of more than 30 welfare centers that provide
- Food kitchens
- Rehabilitation homes
- Shelters for abandoned women and children
- Clinics for the mentally handicapped
He was also honored with the “Nishan-e-Imtiaz” in 1989.
The Pakistani nation will always remember its brave hero.