Showbiz stars, sport legends laud KKF relief work in Karachi
Javed Miandad, Jahangir Khan, Rahim Shah, Faisal Qazi among others urge people to support the MQM’s charitable body
A group of sportsmen and showbiz stars visited the Muttahida Qaumi Movement's Khidmat-e-Khalq Foundation (KKF) and appreciated the relief work being done to provide rations to the people affected by the coronavirus lockdown in Karachi.
Former cricketer legend Javed Miandad, squash star Jahangir Khan, fast-bowler Anwar Ali, singer Rahim Shah, comedian Faisal Qazi and Ayaz Shah as well as businessman Iqbal Shah visited the MQM's KKF relief camp where they looked over the process of ration distribution by the foundation.
Senior deputy convener of the party, Amir Khan, Mayor Karachi Wasim Akhtar and deputy mayor Arshad Hasan briefed the guests about the MQM's relief work.
Javed Miandad termed the relief work by KKF as exemplary. He said that people should support the KKF's effort to provide ration.
Jahangir Khan was also impressed by the humanitarian work, saying it is very pleasant to witness a massive campaign that is being carried out to provide relief goods to the citizens of Karachi.
According to Rahim Shah, he is impressed by the discipline shown here by volunteers and how data is being maintained for the distribution of ration among the underprivileged people in the metropolis.
“Such relief campaigns will definitely address the difficulties being faced by the daily wager and less privileged segment of the society,” he added.
Currently, Sindh has reported over 1,400 positive patients of the novel coronavirus. In Karachi, a rapid surge in the cases of the highly contagion disease have been witnessed over the past weeks.