UK Trusts Distributes Sacrificed Animals

    QUETTA: Ummah welfare Trust, UK, distributed relief goods including sacrificial animals among more than 2,000 Afghan Refugee families on the eve of Eid-ul-Azha near Pak-Afghan Border.

    Chairman of Trust Moulvi Mohammad Idrees along with other volunteers, Hafiz Abdullah, Sahib-ul-Haq, Samilullah and Mustafa Shah visited Faizu and Dara No.1 refugee camps and distributed sacrificed 1,50 sheeps, 225 bulls, 4 pairs of clothes per family for women and children, 5kg Ghee tins, 10kg rice and other daily use commodities.

    The Ummah Welfare Trust also distributed sacrificed 270 sheeps and 70 bulls among the poor people of Pakistan and deserving people of Kashmir. The other daily use commodities were also distributed among the deserving people.

    The Chairman of Ummah Welfare Trust, Moulvi Mohammad Idrees, has arrived in Quetta after the distribution of relief goods and sacrificed animals. It may be recalled that earlier during the holy month of Ramzan, the UK Trust also distributed relief goods among more than 5,000 families.

    Moulvi Mohammad Idrees said that the condition of the refugees in the camps is worst and they are facing great difficulties due to cold weather.