AKF provides relief aid to Christians

LAHORE: AlKhidmat Foundation AKF Pakistan has started relief work for Christian community people affected by fire in their homes in Lahore.

AKF doctors and paramedical staff are providing free medical facilities. The organization said that 160 Christians had taken medical benefit from its camp, while household goods were provided to 117 families.

President AKF Lahore Mian Baber Hameed visited the relief camp and checked the medical facilities, speaking on the occasion, he said AKF would not leave Christian community alone during this trouble time.

AKF Relief Punjab official Hafiz Irfan Hafeez said that AKF volunteers had started relief work and provides other relief help.

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