Pakistan’s respectable philanthropist, Abdul Sattar Edhi Sahb passed away on 8 July 2016. The social activist and humanitarian was the founder and head of the Edhi Foundation, the world’s largest ambulance help service and an influential charity organization in Pakistan.
He served his life for the welfare of the needy and poor.
Even death could not stop this great humanitarian from his cause of charity, his eyes were transplanted into two blind people and became a source of vision for them.
Several tributes from around the world have poured in on his sad demise. This loss is irrecoverable. Edhi Sahb lead an exemplary life by aiding the ones in need, he wanted everyone to become an Edhi and serve the nation.
These interviews might give you a closer look at what a great man he was and what he wanted from the nation.
Edhi Sahb believed that humanity is a religion itself, and that all religions came into existence with humanity.
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He never feared anyone, he knew the path he selected of serving the poor, the needy was tough, but he never let anyone stop him from his cause.
Video Source: Edhi UK
He appealed people to not kill their children
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Edhi Sahb never discriminated anyone on the basis of religion
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Abdul Sattar Edhi was a guardian angel for many and wanted to remove poverty from Pakistan.
Video Source: BBC Urdu