On this day, one of the most renowned humanitarians from Pakistan, Abdul Sattar Edhi, left this world 3 years ago. His services to humanity have been acknowledged in all circles and at all stages.
Nomination for Nobel Peace Prize and a number of regional awards speak volumes about his dedication to humanitarian work. The founder of the largest ambulance network in the world, Edhi dedicated his life to philanthropy.
On his 3rd death anniversary, Pakistanis pay tribute to honor his services. Let’s have a look at what the people are saying:
History has never seen such a philanthropist who was ranked on the zenith of humility in serving the downtrodden ,poors, hunger people and orphans. He made himself successful for the Resurrection day and our surveillance also lies in doing the noble deeds of charity pic.twitter.com/lJgLNajfwN
— Nightingale (@MarriamAkseer) July 8, 2019
A picture is worth a thousand words.
— Fatima Arif (@FatimaArif) July 8, 2019
— Hassan Ali (@MHassanAli5) July 8, 2019
The nation is indebted.
Abdul Sattar Edhi, the name which will always be written in golden words. One of the greatest personality to ever exist, his work and services will always remain unmatchable.
He did the things which government couldn't do.
This nation will always be in your debt,
Thank You #Edhi. pic.twitter.com/1mD2OWuVpq
— abaid (@KhawajaAbaid) July 8, 2019
The richest poor.
Public service is about serving all the people, including the ones who are not like you.
— Shehzad Yousafzai (@TheShehzad) July 8, 2019
— Awara Gard (@TheBasalat) July 8, 2019
An inspiration indeed.
Late Edhi is Inspiration for All.
— Adnan (@AdnanTahirs) July 8, 2019
A true hero.
#AbdulSattarEdhi .. a man who was a hero in truest sense who lived for others..dedicated his life to human welfare & served regardless of religion,class,nationality or ethnicity –#Edhi A man who will be missed forever
Azeeem Insaaan !!
— Wasey-Jafrii (@WaseyJayy) July 8, 2019
No religion is higher than humanity.
— Ayesha🇵🇰 (@nawab_ayesha_) July 8, 2019
A great philanthropist.
— Ifrah Khalid (@IfrahKhalid14) July 8, 2019
— A. Mehmood (@arszmeh) July 8, 2019
He left a legacy.
— Alishba Aslam (@AlishbaAslam6) July 8, 2019
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