KARACHI (March 30): Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that this was the dream of Mohterma Benazir Bhutto to make underprivileged segment of society, particularly the poor and orphan children safe from social evils for enlighten future of Pakistan by providing them shelter, environment and better education. Today her dream seems to be materialized by his jiala worker Zamruad Khan.
This he said while addressing a programme organized by Pakistan Sweet Home at Naorther By-pass which he visited today.
He said that President Zardrai appointed Zamurad Khan, a brave party worker and a true social worker as chairman Pakistan Baitul Mal. He realized the dream of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto and served poor children to the best of his abilities. “This service further inculcated the spirit of service to the orphan children in him (Zamurd Khan) and he established Sweet Home and now its branches are spread all over Pakistan,” he said.
Syed Murad Ali Shah said that the Swat Operation was an important phase in the history of Pakistan in which a large number of children turned homeless, orphans and lost their parents – this was the turning point in the life of Zamurd Khan and he started this noble work with one orphan child and now he has a large number of children.
Earlier, when the chief minister reached the Sweet Home he was received by its Patron –in-Chief Zamurd Khan and a child presented him a bouquet of flowers to him.
Mr Zamurd Khan took him around his sweet home, briefed him about the project. On the occasion a beautiful programme was organized in which children presented him guard of honor like professional soldiers, presented tables and demonstrated their karate skills.
The chief minister appreciated them and announced a dispensary, an ambulance for the Sweet Home and asked Zamurd Khan to prepare scheme whatever he needs the Sindh government would generously support him.
The chief minister said that he was told that the K-electric was charging high rates in their power bill for which he assured the Sweet Home of taking up the issue with K-Electric, otherwise the Sindh government would support the home.
He was accompanied by Education Minister Jam Mehtab Dahar, CM’s Special Assistant on Socail Welfare Shamim Mumtaz and others.