Red Cres­cent serv­ing ail­ing hu­man­ity: Jha­gra

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ISLAMABAD—Gover­nor Khy­ber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Iqbal Zaf­far Jha­gra on Fri­day said that In­ter­nal Dis­placed Per­sons (IDPs) would be sent back to their homes by Novem­ber this year.

Ad­dress­ing a cer­e­mony or­ga­nized here in con­nec­tion with An­nual day of Red Cres­cent So­ci­ety, the gover­nor KPK said that the gov­ern­ment was pro­vid­ing all pos­si­ble fa­cil­i­ties to the IDPs.

He said that Red Cres­cent was serv­ing for the hu­man­ity and it has done a lot of re­lief work dur­ing the earthquake 2005 in Azad Jammu and Kash­mir.

The Gover­nor said about 150 years ago the tree of Red Cres­cent had planted and now it is pro­vid­ing shade for the whole com­mu­nity of the world. in­sti­tu­tion have 17 mil­lions vol­un­teers in 192 coun­tries across the globe.

He said the Quaid-e-Azam was the founder of Red Cres­cent in Pak­istan adding that the in­sti­tu­tion was serv­ing in­de­pen­dently, im­par­tially and vol­un­tar­ily in the coun­try.

Pun­jab Gover­nor Rafique Ra­jwana dec­o­rat­ing stu­dents with medals who se­cured po­si­tions at the 15th Con­vo­ca­tion of Fatima Jin­nah Women Univer­sity. KP Gover­nor Iqbal Za­far Jha­gra dis­tribut­ing cer­tifi­cates and shields among the vol­un­teers dur­ing a cer­e­mony to mark the Red Cres­cent Day.

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