- Full Time
From the year 1990 to the year 2000 in the different areas of the city Karachi, such as Moosa Colony, FC Area, New Karachi, Korangi, I socially served the people and run the OPD clinic and ambulances services. And financially helped out to get the married of poor girls and kept myself busy in social work. In 2001 I gave a message to the city of Karachi “AVOID SUICIDE AND DESCRIBE US YOUR GENUINE PROBLEMS” (KHUD KASHI NA KAREN APNA DUKH HUM SE BAYAN KAREN) in the starting five years I met millions of people and made them understanding by counselling to the people and save thousands of people from doing “SUICIDE” (KHUD KASHI)
Alam welfare is nowadaysdoing different work such as(ROZGAR SCHEME) and providing free education for all in different areas of the cityand in graveyard for the poor kids working their established schools for free by the name of (ALAM ACADEMY) Old Age house (SAB KA GHAR) (MOTHER HOME) was established and working for the needy people. In the summer particularly in heat stroke cold mineral water specially is served at bus stops and in hospitals.
(ROTI BANK FOR NEEDY PERSONS) Alam welfare provide food in the bags, thousands are provided free of cost. The save food in marriages and in different ceremonies are being provided to us which we provide to the needy persons.
(MUQADDAS SHAHHED AURAAQ) Alam welfare is in the verge of collecting from Karachi city and keep them cool in the sea. In the month of Ramazan thousands are served with Iftar. And ration and clothes are also distributed among the needy persons.
In EID UL AZHA collective qurbani is also included.
In all such noble work, your cooperation and coordination is required which we expect from you.
I am sure that my life has grossly been changed by meeting with Mother Teresa and I have laid the foundation of Alam Welfare after being myself impressed upon by meeting with Mr. Abdul Sattar Edhi. I was born in Liaquatabad, Karachi and my initial education was in Karachi and thereafter I joined Army and participated in the war of 1971. I met first with Mother Teresa in the refugee’s camp, Sardar Bahadur high school,
Chittagong. Keeping in view their social and welfare work, I also involved myself in such a noble work. In 1972 East Pakistan was converted into Bangladesh. I was belong to a very poor family and I had seen the poverty so near. But I had emotion and courage to carry out the social work. I served one year in Army camp. In 1974 I returned back to Pakistan. After coming back to Pakistan, I started business of sugar cane and installed sugar machine, I spent certain amount of my income in the social work. In 1980, Liaquatabad super market set on fire and thousands of shops were burnt out and also many people martyred and no doubt I also served over there day and night and also installed a camp.
In 1982, I participated in councilor election and thereafter I met with Mr. Abdul Sattar Edhi. I expressed my views and stated him that I wish to work like you. He no doubt encouraged me and under his supervision I laid the foundation of Alam Welfare Trust and kept myself busy in social work in Liaquatabad, Karachi. In 1986 there was language controversy erupted in Aligarh and Qasba colony, Karachi. I had 6 ambulance at that time and with the few social allies, I served the people day and night. In those days I met with Mr. Mark Tally from BBC and I was long interviewed by him and he appreciated my social services. In 1989 Mother Teresa was terribly ill and I went to Calcutta to meet her with the prime minister of that time Rajeev Gandhi. Mother Teresa appreciated my social work and worn me a necklace after taking off from her neck as a gesture of goodwill which is in my custody till today and is gracious for me.