BIRMINGHAM: To serve the scared humanity is like worship and people who serve the humanity are lucky and get reward by Allah Almighty in this world and hereafter as well, said Mayor Walsall Council Muhammad Nazir.
He was talking to people at his departure to Azad Kashmir along with a delegation of Kusguma Health Welfare Trust at Heathrow Airport. Others who are part of delegation are Prof Abdul Rasheed MBE Chairman Midlands International Trust, Muhammad Aslam MBE, Deputy Mayor-nominate Councilor Atteeq ur Rehman, senior leader of Pakistan Muslim League Sabir Hussain, Dr Anne Charles, former Councilor Walsall Muneer Ahmed, Muhammad Mustafa and Chairman Kusguma Health Welfare Trust UK Muhammad Nasir.
Muhammad Nazir said the poverty is increasing in the world as humanity is at decline. “One we will share what Allah Almighty has bestowed us, we will see happiness and love all over”, he added.
He said the delegation leaving for AJK is representing all the cities of Britain. “With the help and active support of these people a hospital was constructed in Kusguma, a far flung area of Muzaffarabad which will serve the scared humanity”, he added.
He said the delegation will visit the hospital and the facilities being provided there and also look into matters related to opening of the hospital.