Hadiqa Kiani opens up on how Bilquis Edhi helped her adopt her son

'She trusted me with being a mother,' the singer grieves the painful demise of Bilquis Edhi


Entertainment Desk April 16, 2022

It’s a sad day for the nation. Bilquis Edhi, known to be the mother of orphans, is no more amongst us. The right-hand woman and other half of the late Abdul Sattar Edhi, has joined her partner after decades of philanthropic work in heaven. The Edhis did not only assume to be the caretakers of hundreds of abandoned babies but also gave them a home full of love and care during their lifetime. As she breathed her last in Karachi on Friday evening, singer and actor Hadiqa Kiani took to her social media handles to grieve the painful demise of the mother who bestowed her with a son.

The Raqeeb Se actor, directly impacted by Edhis' contributions, penned a heartfelt note to remember the "vessel '' that brought her to her son, Naaday Ali. The 49-year-old actor, who thought of the late humanitarian as her own mother, shared pictures with Bilquis and her then, baby son on Instagram. “Mrs Bilquis Edihi was a woman unlike any other,” read the caption.


She further added, “She took the world's burden on her back and stood up to simply help the world become a better place. I believe that Allah (SWT) made her vessel of aid to people in need. He also made her the vessel, my source, to bring me to my son, Naaday Ali. She trusted me with being a mother and I, like so many others touched by Mrs Edhi's grace, will forever be grateful. I pray for her peace and I pray her legacy carries on."

Model turned event planner Frieha Altaf commented on Kiani’s post to share a memory from the time when she introduced baby Naaday Ali to the entertainment fraternity, a celebration that was attended by Bilquis as well.

“I remember the day at PC when I came to your celebration to introduce your son to the world. I was so proud of you. She was there. She gave you and many others the best gift in the world. She gave hope & life to many families. May she rest in peace & inspire many!” wrote Altaf as she sent prayers for the departed soul.

Bilquis, a recipient of the Mother Teresa Memorial Award for Social Justice and Hilal-i-Imtiaz, died on Friday in Karachi from a cardiovascular disease she was under treatment for since the last few days. was reported to be in a stable condition on Thursday after she was rushed to the hospital earlier this week when her blood pressure suddenly dropped. She was 74.
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