Educated women play important role in country's development: Sardar Yousaf.
RAWALPINDI -- Federal Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Sardar Mohammad Yousuf Tuesday said that educated women play a pivotal role in the prosperity and development of the country.
Addressing a ceremony organized by a non governmental organization for the earthquake affected people, he said every religion teaches human welfare and every individual should contribute in this regard.
The minister said, the government was determined to provide all possible relief to the earthquake victims.
He appreciated the social and welfare work of Saba Trust, and commended efforts of the Trust, saying it was providing good facilities to the needy children.
He said children were the future of the nation and we all should join hands to provide good education to them.
Founder Saba Trust Sagheer Aslam and Bushra Aslam highlighted the aims and objectives of the Trust and the work being carried out in the country.
They urged philanthropists to play their role by joining hands with the trust to serve the ailing humanity.
The trust has distributed goods worth Rs 30 million among the earthquake affected people, they added
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Dec 10, 2015|
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