MULTAN - Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) Chairman Hafiz Abdul Rauf declared on Thursday that the Foundation would offer Eid package to the affectees of Waziristan operation on July 20.

Addressing the participants of different gatherings, he said that the US imposed ban on Jamaatud Dawa on Indian pressure but these sanctions were futile. He added that the superior judiciary of Pakistan had given verdict that the JuD had no connection with the terrorism and it was a public welfare organization. He regretted that the US did not give any importance of the verdicts of Pakistani judiciary. He said that the JuD always unveiled American and Indian conspiracies against Pakistan and therefore the enemies of Pakistan considered it the highest wall in the way of their vicious ambitions.

He said that the FIF launched public welfare projects worth billions in Balochistan and interior Sindh as a result of which separation movements died down in these areas. He added that the Internally Displaced Persons from North Waziristan were also offered special aid package by the FIF as 10 thousand families had so far been given edibles, cash and daily use items. He said that three thousand volunteers of FIF were busy in relief operation while doctors from Multan and Lahore had been deployed to offer medical aid to the IDPs.

He declared that the FIF would give Eid Package to the operation affectees on July 20. He stressed upon entire nation to step forward to support the IDPs and continue their support until the affectees stood on their feet. HE categorically declared that American curbs could not affect JuD’s ongoing welfare projects and the relief operations in Tharparkar, Awaran and other areas of Sindh and Balochistan would continue.