10 lines on Abdul Sattar Edhi For Students In English

  1. In 1928, Abdul Sattar Edhi was born in the British Indian province of Bantva, a small village.
  2. Pakistani philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi established a network of aid organizations across the country.
  3. In 1947, Abdul Sattar Edhi started his humanitarian effort.
  4. He moved to Pakistan in 1947. Even though he was almost bankrupt, he started helping people right away and was committed to aiding the underprivileged.
  5. After the partition, he established a fleet of 1,800 ambulances, 28 rescue boats, and two airplanes to aid in crises, saving the lives of at least 50,000 newborns in the process.
  6. Abdul Sattar Edhi, also referred to as the “Angel of Mercy,” demonstrated selflessness by his kindness and unwavering devotion to the poor. 
  7.  Abdul Sattar Edhi was given numerous honors, including the Gandhi Peace Award, Ahmadiyya Muslim Peace Prize, and the UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize.
  8. Known for going above and beyond his own limitations, Abdul Sattar Edhi’s legacy endures even after his passing in 2016.
  9. On July 8, 2016, Abdul Sattar Edhi went away, leaving Pakistan’s people inconsolable.
  10. Tens of thousands of people showed up for his state funeral.