A life-size sculpture of Abdul Sattar Edhi was unveiled in Quetta this week as a fitting tribute to his services. A 16.5-feet tall statue was crafted by sculptor Ishaq Lehri. The founder of the largest volunteer ambulance network in the world, Edhi died on July 8, 2016, in Karachi. In addition, Edhi dedicated his entire life to helping the poor of the country.
Moreover, his Edhi Foundation grew into Pakistan’s largest welfare entity, running schools, hospitals, and ambulance services throughout Pakistan. Abdul Sattar Edhi is considered one of the greatest humanitarians in history. Currently, the Edhi Foundation is managed by Edhi’s son and is open to all regardless of race, religion, or nationality.
Source: GEO News