Gilgit, July 17: Ibrar Ghazi had jumped from a narrow bridge connecting Kashmiri Bazar and Konodas locality of Gilgit city when he saw two minor girls falling into the river after losing balance as a vehicle sped by.
Ibrar did not know the girls but still he jumped from the 500 ft high bridge to save them. He fought the ferocious waves of Hanisara River bravely and rescued the girls to safety.
He has already won presidential award for the kind and brave deed.
The Pakistan International Airlines has now employed Ibrar Ghazi to honor his kindness and bravery.
Acknowledgement of Ibrar’s voluntary services at the highest level has been lauded by public circles. Appreciating volunteers is likely to inspire more goodness in the society.