All Pakistan Business Forum expressed profound grief over the death of legendary philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi, who devoted his life to help the poor and the needy.
We have lost our most beloved angel of mercy who was a ray of hope for the poor as he was running world’s largest ambulance service, as well as nursing homes, orphanages, clinics and women’s shelters, along with rehabilitation centres and soup kitchens across the country, said Ibrahim Qureshi , President APBF.
He said that we have lost a great servant of humanity; he was the real manifestation of love for those who were socially vulnerable, impoverished, helpless and poor. Abdul Sattar Edhi devoted his entire life for the needy people without any discrimination which will be long remembered, he added.
Ibrahim Qurashi said that Edhi who enjoyed unparalleled respect across the world remained happy with just two sets of clothes, and never established a home for his own children.
The announcement of his death triggered a wave of tributes on media which indicate love and faith of masses the noble man enjoyed.
Edhi, the super humanitarian, not only served people in Pakistan but also in in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Iran, Sri Lanka, Croatia, Indonesia, and in the US after Hurricane Katrina, said President APBF.