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Pak­istani-Cana­dian en­tre­pre­neur Ka­mal Rizvi said he ex­pe­ri­ences hap­pi­ness and peace through this ini­tia­tive. “It doesn’t cost me much to feed a cou­ple of peo­ple a day be­cause Al­lah has given me enough to be com­fort­able. There is a sense of com­ple­tion and peace I feel when I am able to serve peo­ple in one way or an­other.” Send­ing his mes­sage of hope to all, Rizvi said: “If even a few per­cent­age of restau­rants con­trib­ute this way to the so­ci­ety, then no one will sleep hun­gry, no one will suf­fer a loss, it will only lead to a hap­pier and health­ier so­ci­ety.”

Rizvi also in­tends to start some­thing sim­i­lar in Karachi, Pak­istan, where he is look­ing to tie up with restau­rants and ban­quet halls so as to col­lect the sur­plus food from them, repack it, and dis­trib­ute it to the needy.

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