Ra­mazan: Or­phans need pa­tron­age

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - NAZ GUL FAIZ BALOCH

Ra­madan is con­sid­ered as a great month for all Mus­lims around the world. Mus­lims keep fast for sat­is­fac­tion of be­ing fol­low­ers of a great re­li­gion. But what hurts more is that due to fail­ing democ­racy in Pak­istan poor are de­prived to cel­e­brate this holy month since if a per­son keeps fast then for Ifthar they have to take healthy food in or­der to give en­ergy to the body af­ter a log-day fast­ing and ab­stain­ing from eat­ing anf drink­ing. There­fore, there should be Ra­madan pack­ages for poor in all over Pak­istan.

Af­ter all, the holy month of Ra­madan is also spe­cial for chil­dren who cel­e­brate it by wear­ing new clothes, shoes and many more. But it is re­ally de­press­ing for those or­phan chil­dren who don’t have par­ents. They can’t cel­e­brate such re­li­gious events due to in­suf­fi­cient re­sources. I humbly re­quest the well to do peo­ple along with the govern­ment to do some­thing unique for them. —Kech, Balochis­tan

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