PTI has launched a “kindness drive” in honor of Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s upcoming 70th birthday on October 5th.
According to the details, PTI has requested its supporters to perform acts of kindness as a tribute to Imran Khan on his birthday. PTI gave suggestions to its followers on acts of kindness, for instance, supporters of Imran Khan can visit patients in hospitals. They can donate to their favorite charity and can visit orphanages to spend time with the kids there.
PTI also suggested supporters visit the flood victims. Currently, millions have been displaced due to the floods and have been homeless. Therefore, PTI suggested its followers visit them.
Since Imran Khan is known for breaking many social media records and is usually among the top trends, PTI asked its followers to share pictures and videos of their acts of kindness with the hashtag “Happy Birthday Imran Khan”.
As Chairman PTI @ImranKhanPTI’s birthday is nearing (5th October), let’s perform an act of kindness as tribute to the legend.
Let’s also use the HT in graph from 4th October at 9PM. pic.twitter.com/KOA69SfSwM
— PTI (@PTIofficial) October 3, 2022
Imran Khan’s philanthropy
Decades before Imran Khan went into politics, he won the heart and trust of the nation as a cricketer and philanthropist. He founded the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal (IKCA) and Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital (SKMCH). Interestingly, he donated the entire sum of his prize money from the 1992 Cricket World Cup win to build Shaukat Khanum Hospital.
Some of Imran Khan’s other social and charitable endeavors are the Imran Khan Foundation and Namal Institute (part of Namal Knowledge City), a technical college in Mianwali.
Moreover, his recent flood telethons have been a huge success. The first telethon raised over Rs5 billion in donations in just 3 hours long flood telethon, and so far, over Rs3 billion have been collected, and more continues to be collected.
The second telethon raised Rs 5.2 billion in two hours, as revealed by Imran Khan. Interestingly, Imran Khan claimed that the government tried to block his second telethon.