Islamabad: Middle Eastern concept of road side aftar is now widely practiced in different parts of the world. Pakistan being one of the most Islam influenced country practices number of aftar campaigns during this holy month.
Karachi in whole of the country is most known for charitable works, where number of people from different walks of life contribute however leaving Islamabad as one of the least concerned cities.
Jawad Muhammad Nazir president of Jawad Nazir Trust as student based charitable and welfare organization based in Rawalpindi neighboring city of Islamabad said that his organization is engaged in number of welfare and community development projects. He further said that we work with number of national and international organization on voluntarily basis.
Furthermore speaking to the vice president of the organization Mr. Asad Raja, he mentioned that all there projects are led by youth activists and are encouraged to be completed by youth themselves. Asad Raja is one of the leading enthusiastic activist of Rawalpindi working with Jawad Nazir Trust since its formation.
Iftar lil Say’meen is an Arabic term that means food for the fasting ones, the campaign is practiced in Rawalpindi and Islamabad at the moment, more than 1000 people have been served this year since the holy month has started.
Talking to other reliable media sources in Pakistan, this organization is one of the very few organizations working on the welfare of senior citizens and on the promotion of moral and ethical education.
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