Pakistan

Renowned philanthropist Bilquis Edhi passes away at 74

Karachi-Bilquis Bano Edhi, the woman of famed philanthropic and philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi, passed away at the age of 74 on Friday after a brief hospitalization.

 

Before moment, her family had said that her condition had stabilized. She was admitted to a sanitarium in Karachi for three days and was rushed there after her blood pressure had suddenly dropped. According to an Edhi Foundation prophet, Bilquis was ill for the last one month.
“ Though she isn’t in a serious condition, she’ll remain in the sanitarium for a couple of further days,” the prophet of the Edhi Foundation Muhammad Bilal had said.
Bilal had added that Bilquis had congestive heart failure and she has formerly experienced a heart bypass doubly.
First Lady Tehmina Durrani had also visited her during Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s demoiselle visit to the harborage megacity on Wednesday.
Before, Pakistan’s towering philanthropist and philanthropic was declared the”Person of the Decade”, along with mortal rights rapporteur of the UN Prof Yanghee Lee and the US ethicist Stephen Soldz.
A prophet for the Edhi Foundation had told APP that as per the domino effect verdict, blazoned on Friday by the Impact Hallmarks, Bilquis Edhi was declared the most poignant person of the first two decades of the 21st century.
Bilquis was a professional nanny and headed the Bilquis Edhi Foundation. Abdul Sattar Edhi had proposed to her and they got married in April 1966.
She spent further than six decades of her life serving humanity in need.
Her charity has saved over unwanted babies so far by placing”jhoolas” ( cradles) at the Edhi Homes and centers across the country.
She leaves behind four children, Faisal, Kubra, Zeenat, and Almas from her marriage with Abdul Sattar Edhi.

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