Peshawar: Ummah Welfare Trust, a UK-based charitable organization distributed a food package worth of Rs.16million among drought-hit people of Tharparkar in Sindh.
According to a press release issued media cell of UWT, said that the food commodities, containing on 20 Kg wheat-flour, five kilogram sugar, a packet of five Kg cooking oil, pulses and other essential daily usage grocery items.
Mohammad Idress, chairman UWT while speaking to volunteers via telephonic from United Kingdom, said that the organization is carrying out relief operation with a real zeal to provide immediate facilities to natural-calamity hit people of Tharparkar, of district Sindh. He further added the Affected people are like as brother for us, and would extend every possible services in their time testing situation, to show rest of the world that the Muslim Ummah a united, and realized each other pain and difficulties.
The organization chairman said the situation was being faced by people in Tharparkar, which might be other face with such difficulties. Therefore, he urged the Muslims to come forward to extend possible relief and assistance in the trouble condition of people of Tharparkar, district Sindh.
Meanwhile, the people of Thar, thanked the organization for provision of food package for them. It was pertinent to mentioning here that Ummah Welfare Trust had so far spent Rs.4billion in rehabilitation and relief people, due to which Wafaq ul Madaris al Arabia Pakistan honoured award in recognition of its best services.