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Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry Peshawar Division holds condolence reference to pay tributes to Abdus Sattar Eadi
PESHAWAR July 12 (APP): The Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry Peshawar Division (WCCIPD) has organized a condolence reference to pay glowing tributes to renowned social worker, Abdus Sattar Edhi who died few days ago in Karachi and vowed to play active role in carrying his mission forward.
Vice Chairperson SAARC Women Association, Hina Mansab Khan, Chairperson WCCIPD Fitrat Ilyas Bilour and its President Nasira Lughmani, senior vice president ShamamaArbab, Dr Khalid Musarat, Nazhat Rauf, Rohi Zahir Shah, executive member of women chamber besides working business women attended the condolence reference. The speakers paid rich tributes to legendary Abdul Sattar Edhi for his matchless services in the field of social work.
The speakers said Sattar Edhi had adopted abandoned children, set up shelter homes, arranged marriages of poor girls, provided food to the needy, and established clinics for the poor segment of the society. They said Edhi also participated in the relief and rescue work during earthquakes, flood as well as other natural calamities at home as well as abroad and earned great name for the country.
Vice President SAARC Women Association, Hina Mansab Khan who was the chief guest on the occasion said the women would pay an active role in carrying forward the mission of Abdus Sattar Edhi.
Chairperson, WCCIPD Fitrat Ilyas said the dream of Abdus Sattar Edhi for establishment of more relief centres in KP would be completed.
President Women Chamber, Nasira Lughmani said Edhi Shahib has earned great name for himself as well as for the country through social work and his services for nation could be remembered for long.
Senior vice President of Women Chamber, Shamama Arbab said all the office bearers and members of the Chamber would ensure delivery of necessary goods by personally going to Edhi Homes and abandoned children and poor people would not be left alone, saying his mission would be carried forward.