Sunday 21 June 2020


Two security forces personnel identified as Captain Muhammad Sabih Abrar and Sepoy Naveed Akhtar Satti, embraced martyrdom as terrorists attacked a patrolling team near the South and North Waziristan boundary on Sunday (21 June 2020). Both soldiers hailed from Kahuta Tehsil of Rawalpindi district.

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), terrorists fired at the security forces’s patrolling party five kilometres south east of Ghariom, near the North Waziristan district and South Waziristan district boundary.

The two soldiers were martyred in exchange of fire, whereas two other soldiers sustained injuries. A terrorist was also killed in the encounter, the ISPR stated.

The security forces later conducted an operation and cleared a terrorist compound.

Friday 12 June 2020

Waqar Ahmed Satti - (1972 - 2020)

Waqar Ahmed Satti, Assistant Director (Planning & Development), District Education Authority Rawalpindi, who had tested positive for Coronavirus, passed away today (Friday, 12 June 2020).

May Allah elevate his ranks in Jannah. Ameen

Friday 5 June 2020

Abid Mustafa Satti

The video clip, which has been viewed more than a million times on Twitter, shows driver Abid Mustafa Satti, from Birmingham, remaining calm while being racially abused by the man, who swears throughout.

‘The words do hurt us. But I chose the profession and I have to face these challenges – if I chose to be in the Army I would face battles, and this is the same.’ says Abid Mustafa Satti

Abid Mustafa is being made the first honorary ambassador of the West Midlands Taxi Drivers’ Association (WMTDA) for the way he handled the incident in Birmingham. The father-of-four had spent the last few weeks shuttling vital Covid-19 samples for the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation trust during the pandemic.

West Midlands police have arrested and charged a man in connection with this disgusting racist abuse. However, Abid Mustafa Satti announces to forgive the racist as per his religious teachings and requested to the police, not to take any further action.


Pakistan's People Led Disaster Management Movement , (PPLDM) is based on the belief that disaster management should be in the hands of...