KARACHI – Karachi administrator Laeeq Ahmed on Friday said that the Prophet (pbuh) laid the foundation for the first welfare state and his companions had advanced measures for the welfare state. “Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal has dreamed of a prosperous country where every citizen has the same rights. Social and welfare organizations are now struggling to make that dream come true, ”the administrator said while visiting the headquarters and various Alamgir Welfare Trust departments here, saying a statement on Friday. Senior Coordination Director Khalid Khan, Chairman of Alamgir Welfare Trust Chaudhry Nisar Ahmed, Secretary General Shamim Ahmed Chandana, Finance Director Rehan Yaseen and other officials also attended the occasion. The administrator said that Alamgir Welfare Trust did a good job because it might be easy to start welfare work but just as difficult to continue for a long time. Ahmed also presented gifts to students at the center and said he believes their future is bright. He said that Karachi and people are known for their charitable work. According to him, this is very encouraging because Alamgir Welfare Trust provides education to 25,000 students. The administrator said that people in need were also provided with medical assistance as well as assistance for the marriage.
On the occasion, Chairman of the Alamgir Welfare Trust Chaudhry Nisar Ahmed said that the trust was founded in 1994 by Anwar Chandna Shaheed. He said the Alamgir Welfare Trust helps people in need in the fields of education and health as well as providing financial assistance for the marriage of girls in need.
He said that the Alamgir Welfare Trust serves mankind regardless of creed and caste. The Trust has a modern laboratory equipped with radiology, physiotherapy and other facilities. Furthermore, he said, Alamgir Welfare Trust also provides dialysis facilities for people in need who are also provided with pick and drop services.
Nisar said they were also trying to make technical education public. The Trust also provides ration bags to people in need on a regular basis.
“We also provide cooked food in hospitals, prisons, and various veins,” he added.