Eminent human rights activist and Chhipa Welfare Association patron-in-chief Ramzan Chhipa said that the passion of serving the humanity was not dependable on any specific nation, religion, sect or group. Every human was first a human then Hindu, Sikh, Jew, Christian or Muslim. Hence, the motto of “LOVE THE HUMAN BEING & RESPECT THE MANKIND.” should prevail in order to continue with the passion of serving the humanity.
This he said while talking to a delegation of students that called on him at Chhipa’s headquarters in the city. The delegation was led by Muhammad Zaheer Alam while Jawaid Ahmed, Taufeeq Nisar, Ahmar Naqvi, Shumaila Butt, Mahnaz Rafi and Samina Gul were in the delegation.
The passion of serving the humanity was present in all humans and it only needed that the passion should be explored and applied for the practical. The application of the passion should be kicked off by starting to serve the people in close vicinity of the volunteer.
He said that the task of serving the humanity was required inner sentiments more than the money. Helping the blind to cross the road or removing a hurdle from way was also a service to the humanity. The students should start exploring and applying their passion for service to the humanity on similar lines.
He said that the day when the people would realize their potential for catering to the needs of other people, the country would be transformed into a welfare state on that same day as was dreamt of by the founder of Pakistan Muhammad Ali Jinnah, he commented.
He urged the students to join hands together to struggle for taking the country toward the goal of prosperity through making self-exploration and self-application of the hidden passion for serving the humanity.
On the occasion, the students asked questions from Ramzan Chhipa took photographs in group with him and obtained his autograph.
The students vowed to commence the noble cause of serving the humanity from the very day.