Hakim Mohammad Said was a sign of love, care, sacrifice: Shura Hamdard

Staff Reporter

Former Naval Chief Admiral Iftikhar Ahmed Sirohey and other speakers of Shura Hamdard said that Hakim Mohammad Said was a true lover and follower of Prophet Muhammad (SWW). He was a sign of love, care and sacrifice. He was Bu Ali Sina as a tabeeb and Sir Syed Ahmad Khan as a scholar of his time. He was kind hearted for his country fellows and his love for Pakistan is matchless.
His personality was combination of only virtues. He worked hard throughout his life for the betterment of his country and serving humanity. He formed Shura Hamdard and Hamdard Naunehal Assembly for guidance and character building for the coming generations of Pakistan. Tibb was his basic field, he never consider it a business but a source of serving humanity.
What a pity! Such a king kind and gentle person was assassinated by the enemies of Pakistan and our system as well as security departments fail to arrest the assassins. His daughter Sadia Rashid is following the path-ways and counting his mission successfully.
The topic of Ijlas was “Shaheed-e-Pakistan Hakim Mohammad Said esaar, hamdardi aur mohabbat ka paikar”. President Hamdard Foundation Pakistan and National President Shura Hamdard Mrs. Sadia Rashid preside the Ijlas. In her address she said that when we think about Hakim Mohammad Said, his love, caring and generous nature also touches our mind. He led a simple life with the leading qualities of sacrifice, love and care.
He always used to say that the feeling of sympathy is the greatest quality for a human. He always served the suffering.
He also helped the needy while using all his financial, physical abilities and resources. M. Aurangzaib Awan, Sanaullah Akhtar, Naeem Qureshi, S. Mansoor Aqil, Mian Siddique Akbar, Prof. Niaz Erfan, Prof. Ehsan Akbar, and others also express their views and paid rich tribute to HMS and demanded to the government to arrest the assassinators of Hakim Mohammad Said and punish them.

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