Turkish organisations distribute 150,000 kg of meat among deserving peopl
October 31, 2012: Two Turkish organisations sacrificed twelve hundred animals on Eid-ul-Azha and distributed meat among the needy. Pak-Turk International Cag Educational Foundation (Pak-Turk ICEF) and Kisme Yokmu, a Turkish aid organisation sacrificed 1,200 cows and bulls in eight cities and reached thirty thousand needy families with a packet of five kilogram of meat.
In Islamabad three hundred animals were sacrificed and meat equally distributed among deserving including widows in proper manner. Pak-Turk ICEF Chairman Unal Tosur, Managing Director Fesih Celik, Director Education Kamil Ture and others supervised the relief activity.
Speaking on the occasion, Unal Tosur said: “We cannot forget our poor Pakistani brothers having no or little resources to celebrate this religious festival. We will continue to work selflessly to make future of Pakistan bright.” Tosur said that they have been serving Pakistani brethren for the last fifteen years in the fields of education, humanitarian, cultural and medical aid to uplift the human and social transformation of Pakistan. He informed that the project to provide 300 houses to deprived people in Muzaffargarh is near completion.