Abrar stitches 16 quake survivor couples in nuptial bonds

dmcity7.jpgA simple yet impressive ceremony was organized by Sahara For Life Welfare Trust, to tie nuptial bonds between 16 quake victim couples, residing in Balakot. The Trust Chairman; Abrar-ul-Haq, at the occasion, gifted completely furnished houses to the newly married couples, at the occasion. The homes made of steel and fibreglass contain bedrooms carrying blankets and various other items of daily use along attached washroom facilities. The brides and grooms were also provided with cash and dowry on behalf of Abrar-ul-Haq, as Salami.

The ceremony of combined marriages was attended by over 1000 guests along a large number of personnel of Pakistan Army and media friends. All the guests were given a warm welcome reception by Sahara For Life Trust. Speaking at the occasion, the Trust Chairman; Abrar-ul-Haq stated that Sahara for Life Trust was one with the quake victims and felt the joys and sorrows of them with their own hearts. He held that life was beginning to brim from debris of death while hoping that joy would resurface in the quake-hit areas.
He assured that Sahara for Life Trust would continue it’s relief efforts for a vast period of time while the Executive Directive of the Trust; Major Israr-ul-Haq(Rtd.) said that the NGO, since 18 October, was engaged in providing shelter and disseminating relief aid in quake-hit areas like Balakot, Muzafarrabad, Bagh, Hangrai, Garhi Dopatta and Neelam Valley, respectively. He said that the relief efforts would be on till the complete rehabilitation of quake survivors. He urged the philanthropists all around to help Sahara for Life Trust in giving shelter to the quake victims, with open hearts. The newly married couples, while expressing their views at the occasion, that they were very glad by seeing Abrar-ul-Haq at their weddings. In the end, Abrar-ul-Haq announced to give fibreglass and steel room’ gift to Balakot Press Club.

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