LAHORE – US Political and Economic Consular David Mike called on the JI Secretary General Liaqat Baloch at his residence on Tuesday and exchanged with him views on the Pak-US relations, the political situation obtaining in this country and the coming elections.

Rules under fire: JI chief Syed Munawar Hasan has said that the rulers has been adding to the problems confronting the masses.

He was addressing a ceremony held to deliver ambulances to the Al-Khidmat Foundation on Tuesday.

Three ambulances have been handed over for relief work in the flood affected districts of D.G. Khan, Rajanpur, and Rahimyar Khan.

JI Punjab chief Dr Syed Waseem Akhtar and provincial chief of the Al- Khidmat Rao Muhammad Zafar were also present.    

In his address, Syed Munawar Hasan said that Pakistani’s society comprised of people who were deprived of the basis needs as price spiral had crippled the big junk of the society.

 In such a situation, he said, it was the moral and religious duty of the well to do to come to the help of their less fortunate brethren.

The JI chief deplored that in every natural calamity, the civil administration was unable to discharge its duties while the private welfare organizations alone were seen busy in the relief and rehabilitation work. He said that in the recent floods and earthquakes, the concerned government employees were seen shifting the relief goods to private storages while the Al-Khidmat Foundation played the major role in relief work.

He said that the Al-Khidmat Foundation had a vast net work which had won the hearts of the people through its timely relief activities and its work in the fields of health and education was expanding gradually.