World’s first Cadet College for orphans being set up in Karachi


ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: World’s first Cadet College for orphan children would soon be established in Karachi, said Patron in Chief Pakistan Sweet Homes (PSH) Zamurrad Khan said Friday.

Addressing a Book launching ceremony of Pakistan Sweet Homes ‘The Rising Pakistan Magazine’, he said the children of PSH will also be able to join Pakistan Army.

He said over 3,500 orphans are being provided free basic amenities at 36 PSHs.

Chief guest Governor designate Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Iqbal Zafar Jhagra appreciated the services of Zamurrad Khan and his team and assured all possible help to PSH’s orphan children. He also inaugurated the magazine.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister Tariq Fatmi stressed extending optimum help to Zamurrad Khan saying every body should contribute for the noble cause of making orphans valuable citizen of the country.

Polish Ambassador, French Defence Attache and his wife, representatives of US, Australian embassies, General (Retd) Amjad Sohaib, MNAs Usman Khan Tarakai, Abdul Kahar Wadan and Ali Muhammad Khan Kishwar Zehra, Human Right activist Farzana Barri, J Salik and donors of PSH attended the ceremony.

Source: APP

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