Hadiqa Kiani* adopted a child. (* a famous female Pakistani Pop star)

Hadiqa Kiani was visiting Edhi Home here in Karachi, to distribute gifts and candies to the quake affected children Mrs. Bilqis Edhi show her an infant; born just before two nights of the deadly quake. The kid is fortunate enough survive while all the family died in the disaster.
“I need a child and the child a mother” said Hadiqa in the Press Conference last evening.

3 Comments so far

  1. Shiraz (unregistered) on November 11th, 2005 @ 5:27 am

    Hey guys I live in the states and would like to know if adoption is available to overseas pakis. My mom and I were wondering about adopting a child and bringing em over with up. If any of you have any info plz let me know.

    thanks


  2. Rizz (unregistered) on November 14th, 2005 @ 12:22 am

    Salaams people

    Yes Hadiqa Kiani is very happy and her new son is called Nad E Ali. He was only 4 days old when the earthquake took place and now she has adopted him. Have a look at all the exclusive pic of Hadiqa in the press conferance:

    http://www.hadiqakiani.net


  3. Nisa (unregistered) on November 26th, 2005 @ 3:52 am

    I have a few concerns about this adoption. First of all, there was a 1 year ban imposed on adoption of earthquake babies. When questioned in the senate, the minister responsible said that the baby was NOT an earthquake effectee but a love child (whatever that means!)Of course, we all know ministers lie.

    On Hadiqas own website site, she states that it was an earthquake victim. Also, in several newspaper and ezines, as well as the posting by Syed, it states that she visited an edhi home and saw the baby. SO if it is an earthquake victim, how comes she got away with not conforming to a one year ban?

    Secondly, I wonder, did she actually pick this baby randomly or selected this specific one because its very fair and pretty. I honestly believe that if you want to help victims by adopting then it should be a random process, not selecting the most beautiful ones and leaving out the plain ones. Everyone has a right to be adopted and no one should be discriminated against because of their skin colour or plainess. If you are willing to adopt any baby given to you, then I would consider that genuinely wanting to help the victims.

    Finally, Hadiqa is a divorcee, so she though she can provide all the materialistic things and even a mothers love, I hope that she will eventually try to give the child a fathers love too.



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