Serving humanity is service to the Almighty: Siddique


Staff Reporter

Rawalpindi—Chairman Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Mohammad Siddique-Ul-Farooq Sunday said there was much room for improving and up gradation of institutions including parliament, judiciary, administration, media and others to reaffirm their role in strengthening democracy and putting in place social justice.
He was addressing as chief guest to the participants of concluding ceremony of “Pakistan Day and 74th Foundation Day Celebrations” of Anjuman Faizul Islam here.
President Anjuman Faizul Islam (AFI) Muhammad Siddique Akbar Mian, VP Eng. Abdul Razzaq, General Secretary Raja Fateh Khan, Raja Sabir Hussain, Secretary Information, Muhammad Badar Munir, teachers and a large number of inmates and students were present on the occasion.
Siddique-Ul-Farooq said national integrity and veracity were vital to fight against terrorism, poverty, un-employment, illiteracy and other social evils.
“Serving the humanity is the direct help and service to the Almighty Allah”, he added.
He said the creation of separate independent country for Muslims of subcontinent was made possible due to amalgamation and unbreakable unity of our fore fathers.
He maintained that if we began to fight with ignorant and push them to fight back, they will harm our whole society and there will be no one to teach them and guide them towards right way.
He said our Holy prophet Muhammad (PBUH) visited a jewish woman having found her one day absent from her routine of throwing garbage in his path, she felt ashamed on her doings and became Muslim.
He stressed upon the people to shun their differences and unite to love humanity, fights against terrorism, poverty, illiteracy and shoulder their responsibilities as a true Muslim to make their beloved country a peace full and progressive Islamic welfare state.

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