Former Senator and Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Sirajul Haq visits Al-Khidmat Complex, examines Alkhidmat activities
Former Senator and Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami, Siraj-ul -Haq paid a visit to Alkhidmat Headquarters where he took a look at the ongoing activities of Alkhidmat and applauded the organizational performance. He gave acknowledgment to the volunteers and workers of Alkhidmat Foundation for their dedicated service to the nation during the last year. President Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, Muhammad Abdus Shakoor, and other officials of Alhidmat and Jamaat-e-Islami were also present on the occasion. Talking about vaccination, Siraj-ul-Haq recommended that the government of Pakistan should allow health NGOs to import vaccines on a non-commercial basis so that they help the nation overcome the pandemic through humanitarian deals. Siraj-ul-Haq said the government should enlist the help of NGOs in providing non-commercial vaccines to private and public educational institutions and businesses that are closed due to COVID so that the institutions can complete the vaccination of all their staff with payment and resume their activities as soon as possible.
Alkhidmat Foundation dedicated its hospitals, ambulances, and laboratories to the government as a goodwill gesture during the Corona epidemic across the country last year so that it could effectively control the epidemic. In addition, low-cost oxygen cylinders and Opal Oximeters were provided to critically ill patients on an emergency basis, a process that is still ongoing. Moreover, Alkhidmat, in collaboration with the Pakistan Islamic Medical Association, an organization of doctors, has launched a Healthline on which people with corona and other diseases can receive free medical advice.
At the end of the visit, President Alkhidmat Foundation, Muhammad Abdus Shakoor thanked Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Sirajul Haq and others for appreciating the activities of the Foundation and expressed his determination that Alkhidmat Foundation would continue serving the nation in these difficult hours of trial by making sure that the service continues nonstop.