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APAG food pantry and Turkey distribution on Thanksgiving.

Malnutrition is a big problem in NYC and its need attention says Ali Rasheed.


The Pakistani-American organization APAG-American Pakistani Advocacy Group set up a large food pantry in the Queens area of ​​New York, on the occasion of Thanksgiving Day.The food pantry was also attended by Assemblyman David Weprin, Councilman Catherine Mooney from Richmond Hill and a pastor from the Christian community.The needy were queued up in large number. Food pantry distributes groceries and halal turkey to more than 200 people.President of APAG, Ali Rasheed, said that malnutrition was becoming a problem in New York and its need attention to paid.While, appreciating the philanthropic work of Muslims, Assemblyman said that Muslims in the US may not be financially very stable, but they are generous in helping the needy. Beneficiaries of the food pantry thanked APAG team and the Muslim community. APAG reiterated that it will continue philanthropic activities in the same way.

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