Issueless couple given baby girl in Geo show ‘Inaam Ghar’
KARACHI: In Geo News family show Inaam Ghar, Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain handed over a baby girl to an issueless couple, whose parents had left her in a cradle of Chhipa Welfare Association in Clifton.
The poor parents had left the baby in the cradle hoping that Dr Aamir and Muhammad Ramzan Chhipa will give her to deserving people. The baby was handed over to the issueless couple in presence of Muhammad Ramzan Chhipa. Thanking Dr Aamir and Muhammad Ramzan Chhipa, the issueless couple said words failed them to express their happiness. They said it’s a message for them to never despair of blessings of the Almighty. They named the baby in consultation with Dr Aamir.
Dr Aamir told the audience that the parents unable to grow their children should put them in cradles of welfare associations instead of garbage bins. Ramzan Chhipa said a similar appeal made in Amaan Ramzaan programme had borne results and there had been a considerable decrease in incidents of throwing children in garbage bins.
Shehryar Tariq opened the programme with recitation of Sufi saint Sultan Bahu’s poetry and Jugni. At the start, Dr Aamir expressed grief on carnage of pilgrims in Mastung and extended solidarity with those holding protests nationwide.
He said Inaam Ghar started with an aim to end hatred and promote love. He said to unite the divided society is need of the hour, adding that his show will promote friendship.
In the first part of the show, a quiz titled ‘Jhat Sawal, Pat Jawab’ was held and unusual replies of the audience caused laughter.
‘Tukka Lagao’ also excited the audience while sports contests were also held. Presence of a crocodile and python on stage increased interest in the show. Prizes were poured to audience, sponsored by Tullo, Q Mobile and others. Dr Aamir declared Qaiser Ali ‘Pakistan Ideal’, for bringing dangerous smugglers to book. Towards the end of the programme, cooking competition titled ‘Chat Pat Chata Chat, Safa Chat Fata Fat’ was held and prizes distributed. Media commentators have hoped that the programme will gain popularity and make new records.