Over the years, the Bohra community has earned a reputation for trustworthiness in the societies in which they live and offer their services like affordable healthcare. They are emissaries of peace and hold a special place in Pakistan.
Fittingly, Dawoodi Bohra community head Dr Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin was conferred with Pakistan’s highest civilian award Nishan-e-Pakistan. The award was presented by the President of Pakistan, Dr Arif Alvi.
Dr Saifuddin is the 53rd Dai-e-Mutlaq, with a following spread across all continents, most of which are Pakistan’s citizens.
Dr. Saifuddin has touched lives to such an extent that he has had a profound impact on the education sector. Reports have highlighted that he contributed to building the School of Law at the University of Karachi and launched a university project.
Additionally, he spread the values of environment conservation, showing the way by planting over 100,000 trees through his followers in different parts of Pakistan.
Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar met the Dawoodi Bohra community head separately, accompanied by an eight-member delegation.
He applauded the community’s services for Pakistan’s progress.
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