Islamabad, 6 April 2022 (TDI): The Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah, and Guidance of Saudi Arabia launched programs of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to help vulnerable segments of the society in Ramadan.

The Ruler of Saudi Arabia, King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud sent Iftar gifts to fasting people. The ceremony was held today in Islamabad, and the Religious Attaché of Saudi Arabia hosted the event at the Saudi Embassy.

The gifts included 12 tons of luxury dates and 24,000 copies of the Holy Quran from the King Fahd Complex printed in the city of Medina. The package also included translations of the Holy Quran in Urdu, Sindhi, and Pashto languages.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia aims to implement these schemes via the Religious Attaché in Pakistan. They have been designed for the month of Ramadan 1443 AH, in collaboration with the Islamic organizations in different cities and areas of Pakistan.

As per the agenda rations were distributed among the deserving people. The event was held at the Headquarters of the Religious Attaché in Islamabad.

The Saudi government has also dispatched a significant amount of groceries to various areas of Pakistan as well as other countries for the vulnerable segments of society.

The venture is undertaken by the government of Saudi Arabia every year, most notably in the Holy month of Ramadan.

The Saudi Ambassador, Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Malki, and the Religious Attaché in charge of Pakistan, Mutaib bin Muhammad Al-Jedaei participated in the distribution ceremony. Furthermore, several employees of the KSA Embassy in Islamabad also attended the event.