The 24th death anniversary of prominent scholar, philanthropist and former governor of Sindh Hakim Muhammad Saeed is being observed today.
Hakim Mohammed Saeed was born on January 9, 1920 in Delhi and migrated to Pakistan with his family after independence in 1947.
He established Hamdard Dawakhana and later spread its branches all over Pakistan.
He authored several books on religion, health, science, literature, social and scientific topics, and travelogues.
He was shot dead in Karachi’s Arambagh area on October 17th, 1998.