CM stresses need to follow principles of tolerance, empathy
LAHORE – Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz visited Darul Shafqat and distributed Eidi and gifts to the orphans on Eidul Fitr.
Speaking on the occasion, Hamza Shehbaz said that Allah Almighty brought ease to those who worked for the orphans.
“Feeding the hungry and looking after the orphans are noble deeds, and I am here to share the joys of Eid with orphan children,” he said and prayed that the children might emerge as successful citizens in their practical lives.
“The society should follow the principles of toler-ance and empathy as the societies lacking this pas-sion become impassive,” he stated and observed that the importance of human rights could not be denied.
“Allah Almighty has emphasised Haqooq-ul-Ibaad,” he mentioned and assured to take immediate steps to retrieve the land of Anjuman Himayat-e-Islam.
Observes importance of human rights cannot be denied
CM visits Darul Shafqat; distributes gifts to orphan children
“A lawful action will also be taken with regard to payment of rent to Anjuman Himayat-e-Islam and its university issue will be resolved in accordance with the law,” added Hamza Shehbaz.
“Today, I am departing after making a strong rela-tionship with the children and would make every ef-fort to fulfil this commitment as it is a means of sat-isfying Allah Almighty and not a political statement,” concluded the CM.
Different parliamentarians and party workers includ-ing Ayaz Sadiq, Rana Mashhood Ahmad, Mian Mu-jtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman, Kh Imran Nazir, Mehar Isht-iaq Ahmad, Rana Mubashar, Saiful Malook Khokhar, Atta Ullah Tarar, Imran Goraya, Mian Munir, Sohail Butt and others were also present on the occasion.