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Abdul Sattar Edhi: Prayer meet and Quran Khawani in Okhla

Abdul Sattar Edhi was a legendary humanitarian. Born in Gujarat on 1 January 1928 in undivided India, Edhi is called “Pakistan’s Mother Teresa”, “Angel of mercy” because of his unparalleled humanitarian work which did not distinguish humans in sects and religions.

Due to illness he passed away on 8 July 2016. The whole world mourned this great loss.

“Shoulder to Shoulder” called a prayer meet and Quran Khawani at Jamia Millia Islamia’s Jama Masjid on July 10 in New Delhi.

It was prayed that may Allah bless the great soul, reward him for all his good deeds and may Allah help us all to follow his footstep to serve humanity ignoring religious and sectarian differences.

Making of Abdul Sattar Edhi. He proved that determination and hard work can make ‘impossible’ possible

“Shoulder to Shoulder” is an initiative by Okhla-based activist Asad Zaidi, who is also an alumnus of Jamia Millia Islamia. Dr Zafrul-Islam Khan, Editor Milli Gazette and other activists, including Mazin Khan, participated in the event.

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