Abdul Sattar Edhi passes away in Karachi

Published: July 8, 2016
The philanthropist was admitted to ICU of SIUT after having trouble in breathing. PHOTO: AP

The philanthropist was admitted to ICU of SIUT after having trouble in breathing. PHOTO: AP

KARACHI: Leading humanitarian and the most endearing person in the country Abdul Sattar Edhi passed away at the age of 88 in the late hours of Friday. Edhi had been suffering from kidney failure since 2013 and was on dialysis. According to his son, he could not undergo kidney transplantation due to his advancing years.

“Abbu is no more. He has gone back to his Creator,” said Edhi’s eldest son, Faisal Edhi, as he broke the news of his death to broadcast news media.  Earlier in the day, Faisal had announced that Edhi has been placed on a ventilator due to his deteriorating condition.

The richest poor man

Faisal Edhi speaks to media in Karachi. PHOTO: MOHAMMAD NOMAN/EXPRESS

“Edhi Sahib has been placed on a ventilator. He suffers from hypertension, is on dialysis, there is less food intake coupled with general weakness that he is currently suffering from,” he had said in an earlier media briefing.

Edhi’s funeral is expected to be one of the biggest in Pakistan’s history. The last time Pakistan held a state funeral was for military dictator General Zia-ul-Haq in 1988.

According to Dr Abhay – a medical officer at the ICU ward of the Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT) – Edhi passed away at around 11pm. He is survived by his wife Bilquis Edhi and four children – two daughters and two sons.

The announcement of his death triggered a wave of accolades on TV and social media. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif paid tribute to him as “a great servant of humanity,” and said he would be awarded Nishan-e-Imtiaz posthumously.

Pakistan mourns Abdul Sattar Edhi’s death

Later in a statement, the SIUT said Edhi was hospitalised on July 5 due to an infection. “But unfortunately due to a combination of new antibiotics and nutritional support his condition worsened,” the statement said.


The news of Edhi’s death spread like a wild fire and mourners from all walks of life started to gather at the hospital and his residence while social media was flooded by a torrent of condolence messages.

DHA renames road to honour Edhi

In view of the great contributions for the service of humanity, the federal government announced one-day mourning. Sindh, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan governments also expressed their deep sense of grief and announced three days of mourning. PM Nawaz also announced that Edhi would be awarded Nishan-e-Imtiaz posthumously.

According to officials, Edhi’s ghusal will be carried out at the Edhi Centre, Sohrab Goth and his funeral prayers will be held at National Stadium after Zuhr prayers on Saturday (today). Later, he will be laid to rest at Edhi Village graveyard with full honours.

Abdul Sattar Edhi had pledged to donate his body organs. However, due to his long illness, his son has promised to donate only his eyes to any deserving person.

Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah expressed his profound grief on the demise of Edhi and directed Chief Secretary Siddique Memon to coordinate with Faisal Edhi and facilitate him in his burial. He also directed Rangers and police to provide fool proof security at his funeral prayers. During the three day mourning, Quran Khawani will be held in government offices all over Sindh.

Edhi, the obstinately humble hero to Pakistan’s masses

The philanthropist’s reputation for austerity and generosity resonated deeply in Pakistan, a country of 190 million people whose government is riddled with corruption and where public health and welfare services are weak.

“There are few men who have done as much good, and made as much a difference to the lives and livelihoods of the Pakistani people as Abdul Sattar Edhi,” PM Nawaz said hours before Edhi’s death.

Last month, the PPP Co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari had offered to airlift Edhi on a special plane to any foreign destination for medical treatment. However, the social worker has declined the offer, saying that he would get medical treatment at medical facilities in Pakistan.

The Edhi Foundation runs a vast fleet of ambulances, orphanages and medical clinics across the country.

Last year when a devastating heat wave struck Karachi – a city of about 20 million people – the foundation was at the forefront of the response: its ambulances tended to the sick, the Edhi morgue was used to store the dead and many of the poor buried their family members in the Edhi cemetery for free.

The angel we called Edhi

“He was a noble soul who dedicated his life in service of mankind,” said Sushma Swaraj, the foreign minister of India, Pakistan’s historic foe.

“Pakistan’s Mother Teresa”

In a nation often riven by social, ethnic and religious strife, Edhi won respect from every strata of society for an ascetic lifestyle that was devoted to helping the poor regardless of their background.

Edhi lived in a bare room in Karachi, alternating between his two suits of black clothes and occasionally listening to recordings of Quranic verses on a battered old tape recorder.

“When my ambulance takes a wounded person who is in pain to the hospital, when people reach the hospital, I find peace in knowing I helped an injured person who was in pain,” Edhi told Reuters in an interview in 2013.

“My mission is to love human beings … Each day is the best day of my life.”

Edhi was well-known for berating militant groups such as Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) for their attacks on civilians, criticising the government for incompetence and corruption and denouncing the elites for dodging taxes.

His wife, Bilquis, a nurse, oversees the women’s shelters and the adoption of orphans. They have found homes for about 25,000 children.

Edhi’s foundation has provided relief in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Iran, Sri Lanka, Croatia, Indonesia and in the United States after Hurricane Katrina.

Remembering the angel of mercy

Pakistanis took to Twitter to mourn the death of a national hero many call a “living saint” and “Pakistan’s Mother Teresa”.

“In his death he has united all of Pakistan, across all affiliations, in mourning. That in itself is a measure of his greatness,” said a Twitter user named Imran Khan.

Motivated by a spiritual quest for justice, over the years Edhi and his team created maternity wards, morgues, orphanages, shelters, and homes for the elderly, picking up where limited government-run services fell short.

His ethos of humanitarianism transcended religious and ethnic lines, but made him the target of many ferocious smear campaigns.

Hardliners branded him an infidel and his work un-Islamic. His response was hard work and an obstinate asceticism, a bid to leave his enemies with no ammunition.

He slept in a windowless room adjoining the office of his foundation furnished with just a bed, a sink and a hotplate.

The state’s failure to help his struggling family care for his mother — paralysed and suffering from mental health issues — was his painful and decisive turning point towards philanthropy.

In the sticky streets in the heart of Karachi, Edhi, full of idealism and hope, opened his first clinic in 1951.

Abandoned children and the elderly, battered women, the disabled, drug addicts; Edhi’s foundation now houses some 5,700 people in 17 shelters across the country.

He was so widely respected that armed groups and bandits were known to spare his ambulances.

Meanwhile the foundation’s adoption service sees unwanted children — many of them girls — left in cradles placed in front of every centre, where they can be safely cared for.

Without Edhi, “I would have had no life,” Seher, 16, one of several thousand children who has grown up in the foundation’s care, told AFP earlier this year.

As news broke of his death, social media lit up with tributes lauding him as “the greatest Pakistani”.

Opposition leader Imran Khan described Edhi as a “noble soul”, while COAS General Raheel Sharif expressed his “deepest sorrow and regret”.

YouTube video of the day: Edhi’s story – as he tells it

Edhi has been nominated several times for the Nobel Peace Prize, and appears on the list again this year — put there by Malala Yousafzai, Pakistan’s teenage Nobel laureate.

Frail and weak in his later years, he appointed his son Faisal as managing trustee in early 2016.

“I have done a lot of work. I am satisfied with my life,” he told AFP in an interview earlier this year.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 9th, 2016.

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Reader Comments (75)

  • Bunny Rabbit
    Jul 8, 2016 - 7:14PM

    I know the contributions hes made but lets face it – how ever kind a man is , he is not immortal. Recommend

  • brar
    Jul 8, 2016 - 7:46PM

    I pray for this great man of Pakistan, a true lover of humanity, may he recover soon.Recommend

  • eddied
    Jul 8, 2016 - 10:42PM

    May God bless this great man….Recommend

  • ALY
    Jul 8, 2016 - 10:52PM

    He is a shining star in the greedy and selfish world. If everybody do atleast

    one tenth of what he did, the world would be heaven. We all pray for Mr.Edhi

    for speedy recovery. Recommend

  • Haji Atiya
    Jul 8, 2016 - 11:07PM

    @Bunny Rabbit:
    Of course, you had to throw a dampner for even this news item… Get a life, India little man, while we pray for the speedy recovery of this colossus of a person !Recommend

  • awais
    Jul 8, 2016 - 11:45PM

    Inna Lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajioonRecommend

  • Mudassir
    Jul 8, 2016 - 11:46PM

    RIP Edhi sahab. He will be missed.Recommend

  • VRM
    Jul 8, 2016 - 11:50PM

    May he rest in eternal peace. The great man has contributed more than his share for the betterment of humanity.Recommend

  • Sara Khan
    Jul 8, 2016 - 11:50PM

    Rest in Peace, I hope his work continues… RESPECT

    There should be a public holiday for his funeralRecommend

  • Pakistani
    Jul 8, 2016 - 11:52PM

    What a sad day for Pakistanis… what a great man…..Recommend

  • Muzaffar Khan
    Jul 8, 2016 - 11:54PM

    Inna lillahe wa inna ilaihe rajiun, Feeling sadRecommend

  • Mohammed
    Jul 8, 2016 - 11:55PM

    May Allah grant Jannat to the conscience of the country. It’s still not too late for likes of NS and AZ to ask forgiveness and change. No amount of money will help in the here after and our deeds are the only thing we take.Recommend

  • abunoor
    Jul 8, 2016 - 11:58PM

    We will miss our Quaid e sani! He was the greatest Pakistani after Quaid e Azam!Recommend

  • imran ali
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:01AM

    Innalilahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon…what we do for our-self dies with us and what we do for others remain and become immortal..your contribution for humanity will remain…Recommend

  • Khilari
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:04AM

    Inna lillahi WA Inna alaihirajiun. Pakistanis have been orphaned once again. What a man! even in his death he thought about the nation and donated his eyes so that somebody can see. Salute to you Edhi Sahib.Recommend

  • salman
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:11AM

    RIP. May his soul rest in peace. One of the greatest man, Pakistan ever produced.Recommend

  • Jul 9, 2016 - 12:13AM

    he didnt win nobel prize though he deserved it, it shows nobel prize is for those who did something for the west or are popular in the west, else edhi fit the profile of someone who did everything many nobel prize winners cannot do in a million yearsRecommend

  • Doctor Aqsa
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:19AM

    Feeling sad to here this shocking news about Abdul Sattar Edhi Shahab . May ALLAH pak rest his soul in heaven . AMEEN . He is my ideal hero and also our national heroRecommend

  • Lakhkar Khan
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:19AM

    There is nothing that could be said or done to thank you enough. You embarked on your last journey but what you have done for humanity will remain forever. You will always remain in our thoughts and prayers. In this tough times, Pakistan can use 1000s more human beings like you. Recommend

  • Aviator
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:27AM

    RIP Edhi, thank you for your humanity and establish the massive welfare system.Recommend

  • Raisani
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:31AM

    It feels like someone from our family has passed away. I’m speechless. Recommend

  • [=]
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:38AM

    May ALLAH bless his soul,
    RIP Edhi Sir,

    Govt. Should declare a National Holiday for this International Noble Man.Recommend

  • Abid Shah
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:40AM

    He was an angel like character who lived life with most needy in society. Lest we forget. Recommend

  • Observer
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:41AM

    Pakistan and the world has lost a Saint, and a dear child of God … !! … he will definitely be welcomed in heaven … !!Recommend

  • Fareed Patel
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:46AM

    A great man.ALLAH grant him Jannat ul Firdous.Ameen..Abdul Satterfield EdhiRecommend

  • Mk
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:49AM

    May Allah bless Edhi Saab- what a huge loss for Pakiatan! The only man who worked selflessly for the people of Pakistan!! A sad day indeed! May he be granted the highest ranks in Jannah Ameen! He truly was a national hero..hope and pray the work he has left behind continues to flourish and he continues to be rewarded for it. Recommend

  • Rabya
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:53AM

    I pray for this great man of Pakistan, a true lover of humanity, InshAllah he recover soon.Recommend

  • Watan786
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:09AM

    Indeed a great loss for Pakistan and humanity. May Allah bless him in Hereafter and let’s hope some of us follow his example, just a little bit.Recommend

  • EatCow
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:19AM

    @Bunny Rabbit:
    Shame on you, little endian with typical character of delhi rapistRecommend

  • BRS
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:20AM

    @Bunny Rabbit:
    Hating indian extremistRecommend

  • L
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:20AM

    @Bunny Rabbit:
    Go and tell the same to tea boy ModiRecommend

  • zaheer
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:21AM

    The death of a great hero of Pakistan Abdul Sattar Edhi is an irreparable loss for the people of our country. He was the world known philanthropist, social worker, founder of Edhi Foundation and an angel who served the humanity and the people of Pakistan, he was the richest poor man of this country. Edhi was the man of character which he shows when Indian Premier offer him a hefty amount for his foundation in return of Geeta an Indian deaf and dumb girl who also lived in Edhi foundation, Edhi politely refused the offer. He devoted his life for serving the humanity, he also rejected the government’s offer for his treatment abroad and prefer the local hospital for his treatment. No doubt Pakistan has lost a great saint. Edhi deserved the Nobel Prize for his humanitarian services in country and abroad. Recommend

  • Shame
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:22AM

    @Bunny Rabbit:
    Another smelly dark skinned characterless endianRecommend

  • GoDie
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:23AM

    @Bunny Rabbit:
    Indians are shameless
    No respect even for a person like Edhi sbRecommend

  • goggi (Lahore)
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:27AM

    The awakened Soul has gone beyond!

    I bow in gratitude and love for my saint Edhi sahib!

    He is the lighthouse in darkness and storm for the seekers!Recommend

  • Ali
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:28AM

    Why use AFP’s report? It’s full of inaccuracies. Edhi cannot be buried in his daily clothes as he is a Muslim who are buried in shrouds. Also, “terrorist attacks that tear …. with devastating regularity” is the author talking about Pakistan or Somalia? Recommend

  • Ali
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:28AM

    @Bunny Rabbit , isnt he?Recommend

  • Jul 9, 2016 - 1:32AM

    Pakistan’s poor has lost its saint. Humanity has lost its face. Touched millions everyone feels associated by him thru the services he gave from his morgues for the heirless who died without anyone to care for them. His ambulances carrying people with no ways to pay. He was great. He would’ve been ordained sainthood if he was a christian. Only other human being comparable to this great saint is Mother Teresa, thats what his impact is. RIP Edhi SahebRecommend

  • Fareed Ashraf Chaudhry
    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:52AM

    Edhi sb was larger than life. May Allah grant him Jannat al Firdous. Ameen. Recommend

  • syed & syed
    Jul 9, 2016 - 2:01AM

    I pray and expect that his vision will be kept alive without any political motivesRecommend

  • Muhammad Duja
    Jul 9, 2016 - 2:16AM

    Inna Lillah he Inna Lah rajaoon
    He was jannati with his deeds even before his death. He will be granted Jannat. Ameen.
    His name will never be forgotten for all Pakistani.
    His is the greatest example as one can say, he will be alive in everybody’s heart.Recommend

  • Amer
    Jul 9, 2016 - 2:18AM

    Inalliahi wa inna ilyhi rajioun. I never met Edhi Sahab but can’t stop tears in my eyes this morning. It was a shock reading the news of his death, we will all return to our creator one day. May Allah give him a very high place in jannah and make his grave a part of paradise. Ameen. Recommend

  • wb
    Jul 9, 2016 - 2:19AM

    Woke up to this sad news. It’s a loss for humanity.Recommend

  • Babbarsher Khan
    Jul 9, 2016 - 2:20AM

    Pakistan became poorer today with passing away of this great soul.
    You are no more with us, Abdul Sattar Edhi, but you will always remain in our hearts, Salute!Recommend

  • Faisal
    Jul 9, 2016 - 2:21AM

    Great man. The world will remember him for a very long time and many lives were positively affected by his actions. In other news, PM Nawaz Sharif is healing well and coming back to Pakistan, Whatever.Recommend

  • Muhammad
    Jul 9, 2016 - 2:32AM

    ALLAH Janatu-ul-Firdous main Aala maqam ata karein or unki qabar ko janat k bagho main se ik bagh bana de. AameenRecommend

  • Jul 9, 2016 - 3:17AM

    The lamps are different, But the light is the same. -Rumi

    Edhism #EdhiSahab #Edhi #Pakistan http://www.markhor.bizRecommend

  • Jul 9, 2016 - 3:19AM

    He was an angel like character who lived life with most needy in society. Lest we forget[.]Recommend

  • Pakistaniat
    Jul 9, 2016 - 3:26AM

    My ambulance is more Muslim than you’. That was the answer Abdul Sattar Edhi gave to a question when asked ‘why must you pick up Christians and Hindus in your ambulance.

    What a man he was!! God bless him.Recommend

  • Jul 9, 2016 - 3:52AM

    May God rest his soul in peace. Born in my State in 1928, Edhi Saheb was greatly encouraged to serve the people after treating his ill mother for years. He moved to Pakistan upon partition of India. And served the people for the rest of his life. One of the greatest human being, he never demanded anything for himself. Serving the poor and sick people was his motto of life. Great people are borne to serve mankind and boy SERVE he did. Hope he gets posthumous Nobel Prize.Recommend

  • sk
    Jul 9, 2016 - 4:27AM

    RIP. the Whole world is mourning today along with proud Pakistanis who remained associated with such a great personality who taught the rich values of services to mankind & humanity.Recommend

  • Slim
    Jul 9, 2016 - 5:58AM

    Endians trying to play nasty here dont forget he refused Modi’s donation offer when the chaiwala wanted to make a donation to edhi for taking care of an indian girl!!

    Rest in Peace Edhi sb! You are our pride!Recommend

  • AxKR
    Jul 9, 2016 - 6:08AM

    Shame on hypocrite endiansRecommend

  • Zahid
    Jul 9, 2016 - 6:10AM

    Great loss of Pakistan Edhi Sb., such a great person we will miss him
    May Allah blessed himRecommend

  • Raj - USA
    Jul 9, 2016 - 6:40AM

    Great loss for Pakistanis and the whole world. He will be remembered always.Recommend

  • Jul 9, 2016 - 6:54AM

    Dipak@AxKR: To pay respect to saintly people is not hypocrite.Recommend

  • Hossain
    Jul 9, 2016 - 8:02AM


    Aman like Eidhi is never born twice.may he be example for all Pakistanis and. HumanityRecommend

  • Nadir N.M Mahmood
    Jul 9, 2016 - 8:26AM

    Great man! True hero and pride of Pakistan. God bless his soul. R.I.PRecommend

  • Pakistan
    Jul 9, 2016 - 8:26AM

    What an appropriate time to depart! Even in his passing on Mohtaram Eidhi Sahib has left a message for those who send for a huge aircraft to travel to Lahore. Eidhi Sahib refused to be treated abroad but the person who ordered this Boeing 777 went abroad at people’s expense and is returning after 48 days at people’s expense. Eidhi Sahib may Allah SWT grant you a suitable place in Jannah. AmeenRecommend

  • Irfan_Sydney
    Jul 9, 2016 - 8:33AM

    In the Heavens angels are getting ready for the big celebrations which are about to take place. Their enthusiasm and excitement is due to the arrival of Mr Edhi. Orders have come to them from the Great Almighty to provide the best reception possible to Mr Sattar Edhi . Recommend

  • Akki
    Jul 9, 2016 - 8:42AM

    …and Qaimu still lives. God definitely doesn’t like us a lot.Recommend

  • furqan jalal uddin
    Jul 9, 2016 - 8:45AM

    My deep condolence on the death of great social worker, his loss would indeed be felt but he would always live in our hearts for the great social works he has done Recommend

  • Haji Atiya
    Jul 9, 2016 - 9:03AM

    Actually, read carefully what “Dipak” had written; it was nothing but praise… But what is naming one mere road after Edhi ?? Let’s have this city’s name changed to Edhighar from Karachi, or someone can propose something here for ET to publish ?Recommend

  • observer
    Jul 9, 2016 - 9:40AM

    Edhi Sahib,

    Salute to you. We have seen the Kindness of God flowing through you.
    The world is poorer with your loss.
    Rest in peace, Sir.

    (-From a Non-Muslim from India.)Recommend

  • Jul 9, 2016 - 10:10AM

    Inna Lillahe WA Inna Ilaihe Rajeoon. Ameen

    Edhi Sahib has gone back to Allah Almighty…….Who loves him more. He gave Edhi Sahib to us for 92 years and we did and still love him very much. Alhamdulillah! Edhi Sahib did not join politics. Salams Recommend

  • Faisal Hamid
    Jul 9, 2016 - 10:26AM

    Truly a great man, humble to humanity and down to earth. May God rest his soul in peace and give strength to his people to remain on the path which he set with his work for the humanity.

    Government of this country must start services country wide on the same path of what Mr. Edhi and his people have proved.Recommend

  • Atheist
    Jul 9, 2016 - 10:43AM

    True secular human being just like we lost Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. The last good man in Pakistan.Recommend

  • Iqbal Hadi Zaidi
    Jul 9, 2016 - 10:54AM

    DEAD but ALIVE-all who are born whether male or female irrespective of their faith, nationality, race, status, age, color and topographical location are to die and have died too which is a divine law and being applied in uniformity to all without any exception whatsoever from the day one when the very first human was born and it shall be continued to apply alike till the very last day but, nevertheless, Br Edhi categorically speaking did not die and cannot die simply because his contributions towards humanity is unmatched and unparalleled which will be remembered not only by Pakistanis but humanity at large till the very dooms day and, therefore, in conclusion I repeat with great conviction, authority and confidence without the slightest rebuttal what I said in the opening that Br Edhi is DEAD but ALIVE. Iqbal Hadi Zaidi / Kuwait / zaidi4merdiplomat@hotmail.comRecommend

  • Tahir Khan
    Jul 9, 2016 - 11:06AM

    A huge loss… may his soul rest in peaceRecommend

  • Fact Finder
    Jul 9, 2016 - 11:45AM

    Unlike the political leaders, he never used his foundation funds to get treatment abroad. RIP!Recommend

    Jul 9, 2016 - 1:16PM

    RIP my ideal, my beacon of light in this dark world, saviour for many in their worst crisis, hope and trustworthy in hour of need to individuals, communities, villages, cities and the country as a whole and beyond. You are gone with my heart bleeding. Though I met you once at PIDC signal where we were waiting for green light, I saw an angle sitting behind the steering of suzuki Jeep with some toys filled in his Jeep. I could not stop jumping out of my car to kiss his hands. I have met many head of states and high dignitaries but this kiss of his hand will always remain etched forever, a gift nobody can assign any material value to this golden moment of my life.

    Many stories are being told about his good deeds but I would relate to one orphaned child. He was adopted from his child home by a childless but very rich family. They took good care of him, sent him to the best of schools in Karachi and later overseas for higher education. Now, he is settled with his family in a European country enjoying a life full of all type of luxuries. this was only possible because Maulana provided him a roof when he had no other place to go. How many time one can repeat this happening.

    If it was allowed in our religion, I would have assigned him the highest and noblest title God Himself choose for His most cherished and loving creature.

    Maulana Saheb, after all this hard work and looking after the others, you must be feeling tired. God has given you this opportunity. Your legacy will remain alive for ever. Don’t worry, we can’t find a soul like you but you were a role model for so many kind hearted people now around. they will carry forward your mission, In Sha Allah.

    Rest in well deserved peace. We don’t want to bother you any more as you have already done beyond any human being can do. Recommend

  • Milind
    Jul 9, 2016 - 3:59PM

    A great loss for humanity….
    R.I.P. Edhi Sahab!!! Hope your legacy is carried forward by your successors!!! Condolences across the border….Recommend

  • maryam Nawaz
    Jul 9, 2016 - 4:51PM

    Since God has a special mercy for Pakistan, Mr EDHI replacement is arriving on a chartered place. Recommend

  • Azal
    Jul 9, 2016 - 8:54PM

    Edhi was the greatest man of this era better then boxer Mohammed ali and nelson MendlaRecommend

  • Bunny Rabbit
    Jul 11, 2016 - 10:28AM

    Needless to say – he’s a blessed soul to pass away during the holy month. Recommend

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