Karachi: UK based nongovernmental organization, Muslim Aid’s chief Tanzeem Wasti has visited the Alkhidmat Welfare Society Karachi office and various welfare centers, running by the Alkhidmat in the metropolis. Wasti along with Alkhidmat chief Eng. Abdul Aziz and other office bearers visited a women vocational center, building of a proposed school and other projects. Wasti was briefed about the future plans and ongoing relief activities of Alkhidmet for under privileged section of the community.
Speaking on the occasion, Wasti said that the Muslim Aid has been serving humanity for 27 years. He said the organization is also performing relief activities in Burma and Syria, as well as in the rest of world. He was of the view that Muslim across the world are a unit and any Muslim in any country of the world couldn’t tolerate tyranny on other Muslims.
He said that Muslim Aid would work for the betterment of humanity and particularly Muslims across the world. He urged the global community to take notice of brutal torture on Muslims particularly in Burma. He regretted that the international powers, who claim to be most civilized nations were keeping mum over genocide of Muslims.
On the occasion, he hailed the role of Alkhidmat for provision of relief to deprived people and showed his trust in crystal clear system of Alkhidmat.