PKI treating kidney patients free of cost
ISLAMABAD—Pakistan Kidney Institute (PKI) a charity based organization that has been serving kidney patients completely free of cost since 2004 irrespective of race, gender and socio-economic status, hosted a fund raising Iftarcum-dinner in Margalla hotel, Islamabad. The event was attended by dignitaries from Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan (nuclear scientist) was the chief guest and Prof Anwar Masood (famous Urdu and Punjabi poet) was guest of honor. Services of stage secretary were provided by famous columnist and TV anchor Ammar Masood.
The ceremony stated with the recitation of the Holy Quran by Atif Jamal. Opening address was given by Prof Dr Saeed Akhter (CEO PKI) in which he gave a brief overview of current health situation in Pakistan and the services of PKI. Former IG police (Punjab) and renowned columnist Mr Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema endorsed the message.
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