The richest poor man: Twitterverse wishes late Abdul Sattar Edhi on his birthay
Edhi was born in Bantva, Gujarat, British India in 1928, and moved to Karachi where he started his charitable activities when an Asian flu epidemic hit the city. The same year, he bought his first ambulance and the rest is history as he continued to work for humanity along with his wife Bliquis Edhi. By the time of his death Edhi was father-figure to around 20,000 children.
People have come forward with their toughtful gestures, wishing the 'Angel of Mercy' on his birthday and thanking him for his existence.
Years ago a man was born today who became the icon for humanity and a true musalman! #edhi edhi foundation needs us more than ever before.— Zi Suleman Sharif (@zi_suleman) February 28, 2018
#AbdulSattarEdhi was the founder and head of the #Edhi Foundation in #Pakistan and ran the organization for the better part of six decades. He was known as Angel of Mercy . #RemembringEdhi#TheRichestPoorMan #EdhiAnIdeology#igreen_pk #pakpedia_pkhttps://t.co/9ZRt2bJ846 pic.twitter.com/29XSMozOnW— Pakpedia_pk (@igreen_pk) February 28, 2018
Angel of Mercy #AbdulSatarEdhi— Heer 🇵🇰 (@sheisfromheaven) February 28, 2018
On his 90th birthday ( February 28, 1928-July 8,2016)May Allah grant him with the highest place in #Jannaha Ameen#RIP #birthday #Humanity #Abdul #satar #Edhi #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/0HxImyBIyh
Google remembers Edhi too.
#OnThisDay— Zainab Naeem (@ZainabNaeem7) February 27, 2018
A #legend, a #hero, a savior of #Humanity, Mr. #AbdusSattar #Edhi was born. V lost him bt v mst b thankful to Allah fr blesing our #nation wd a true #patriot, legend &a savior May his #legacy lives forever.#TheRichestPoorMan #Edhism #EdhiAnIdeology #TuesdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/XjdciVdRvX
We salute one of the greatest Pakistanis, Abdul Sattar Edhi on his 90th birthday. To honour Edhi Sahib, this season we will see Zainab talk to him in her dreams and learn important life lessons from him. #Edhi #HappyBirthdayEdhi #PakistanZindabad pic.twitter.com/EK1cqclBY4— Syeda Wajiha Abbas (@wajihazainab8) February 28, 2018
Years ago a man was born today who became the icon for humanity and a true musalman! #edhi edhi foundation needs us more than ever before.— Fahd Farooq Qadri (@fahdqadri) February 28, 2018
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