By: Adeel Alvi
SHIKARPUR: An elegant event was arranged at the premises of Pakistan Red Crescent Society Shikarpur to distribute first aid kits amongst the representatives of government secondary and higher secondary schools across Shikarpur.
Mushtaque Ahmed Kalwar, the District & Sessions Judge, was chief guest.
Speaking on the occasion, Mushtaque Ahmed Kalwar, the DJ Shikarpur, said that the teachers of government schools are well skilled and experts in comparison of private schools, therefore parents of the children should take keen interest and ownership adding Shikarpur was famous for educational institutes, but now the situation has been changed and expressed his grief that a common man is being deprived of essential commodities.
Furthermore, all the educational institutes, recreational areas, and health institutes are old we have only transformed its names though we should have been celebrated the days who made such sort of institutes adding social programs have been reduced and social institutes have lost their credibility, but Hilal-e-Ahmer Shikarpur branch is doing its level best and philanothropist once again may come forward to donate and take part in humuntarian work.
Agha Muneer Pathan, the Chairman PRCS Shikarpur branch, said that this branch was closed for at least 10 years and I am utilizing my services to enable the institute like Sukkur and Khairpur branches have been doing adding a philanothrapist has donated the amount of fifty thousands on humuntarian grounds it means the confidance is once again building on social institutues. Agha further said that the hot days are coming therefore PRCS Shikarpur decided to donate First Aid Kits amongst the government schools because in case of emergencey it may save the precious life of the student.
Prior, at least 19 First Aid Kits have been distributed to the representatives of all government secondary and higher secnondary schools.
Agha Yasin Khan Pathan, senior advocate, Muhammad Ali Memon, the present SBA, Azhar Ali Abbasi, the member of Sindh Bar Council, Ali Asghar Pahore, the chairman Save Shikarpur, Zahid Bhanbhro, Zafar Ali Channa, the representatives of QAT Shikarpur, Waheed Phulpoto, writer and blogger, Abdul Khalique Soomro, Adeel Alvi, Arif Qureshi, Irshad Chandio, the DD Information, Ali Akbar, DEO Education, Miaz Zafar Alvi, and a good number of notables of Shikarpur participated by managing SOPs in the program.
By: Adeel Alvi