A couple in Bannu has our hearts melting with their unique valima arrangement. Dr. Natasha Rizwan and Bannu Assistant Commissioner Usman Ashraf invited street children to their valima.
For their reception, this exemplary couple decided to share their happiness with the neglected future of our country. Gujrat native, Assistant Commissioner Usman Ashraf and his bride Dr. Natasha Rizwan held their celebrations in the streets for all the right reasons.
The move was an effort to include street children in their reception. While we all agree children are the light of our lives, we turn a blind eye to street children, despite them also being the future of the nation.
Pakistan Observer reported that the duo tied the knot a few days ago. While speaking to a private television channel the AC revealed that social gatherings are banned anyway, so he decided to take to the streets for their valima.
He’s currently working on a project for the education of street children and so he and his partner decided they’d share their happiness with these little angels.
“In this time of Covid-19, gatherings are banned so we chose a simple reception and as I am working on two projects, including urban plantation and the education for street children, I thought we should celebrate our happiness with them.”
Dr. Natasha Rizwan’s wife said that she did dream of a lavish wedding but the valima she got was the best.
“We should normalize simple wedding trends and avoid extravagant expenses on rituals,” she stressed.