Stalls for If­tar

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - WARDA NA­JAM

Pak­istani peo­ple al­ways stand at the front row when it comes to help­ing oth­ers. For many years, the peo­ple of Karachi used to ar­range stalls for If­tar and now it has be­come a tra­di­tion. Stalls are set up by char­ity work­ers, who pre­pare and dis­trib­ute free If­tar for the poor and needy peo­ple.

With all that is hap­pen­ing in Ra­mazan, I feel how grate­ful and amaz­ing it is to see all stalls in the streets and roads. They re­ally help the peo­ple a lot. These small ges­tures count much and add to the in­ter­nal sat­is­fac­tion of the bene­fac­tor and ful­fil­ment of the need of the ben­e­fi­ciary; and above all in­vite Divine bless­ings. —Via email

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