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Inayat inaugurates orphan care program.

Byline: Mohammad Jamal Hoti

Mardan -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial minister for local governments and rural development and leader of Jamaat-i-Islami Inayatullah Khan has asked rich and well-to-do people of society to come forward and help orphans by providing them all facilities of daily life. He expressed these views as a chief guest here on Monday after inaugurating Orphan Care program in Mardan district. Central president of Al-khidmat Foundation Dr. Hafiz-ur-Rahman, its provincial president Norr-ul-Haq, Jamaat-i-Islami ( Mardan Chapter) district Ameer Moulana Sultan Mohammad, In-charge of Orphan Care program Ibrahim Biland and orphan children's mothers and members of lawyers and traders' communities attended the inaugural ceremony.

While addressing participants of the ceremony, Mr. Inayatullah Khan said that it was their religious and moral duty to extended full cooperation and held to fatherless and motherless children. He said that Islam had emphasized on the help of needy people and specially orphan children so that their deprivation could be removed and they did not feel themselves alone in the world.

He feared that orphan children might fall into wrong hands if they were not provided proper care and attention as well as facilities of life like normal children.

He claimed that orphan children could go fast ahead than those children having their parents alive if they were provided facilities of education, health, sports as well as of the field of science and technology. On the occasion, the chief guest Inayatullah Khan gave away cash prizes to 30 orphans for six months while some of the well-to-do personalities announced to sponsor 50 orphans for one year of period. Merit still dream as 1100 doctors appeared in test

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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
Date:May 6, 2014
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