Educationist Ranomal Malani remembered
Speakers at a memorial ceremony eulogized Ranomal for his efforts to help students and promote education in Tharparkar.
Ranomal Malani also took active part in social activities and helped the people in difficult times.
By GR Junejo
Speakers at a memorial ceremony eulogized the late educationist Ranomal Malani for his services he rendered for the cause of promoting education and helping scores of the students of desert district Tharparkar.
“Ranomal Malani, who had retired as a teacher but continued his mission through his tuition center, named after Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, and taught the deserving students without charging any fee,” the speakers said addressing the ceremony organized by Thar Arts Council at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Cultural Complex on Sunday evening. A large number of citizens, students, teachers, and social and political leaders attended the ceremony.
Ranomal Malani, born on July 2, 1947, passed away on October 14, 2021. He was elder brother of MNA Dr. Mahesh Malani, ex-MNA Moti Malani and late MPA Jagdesh Malani.
“Ranomal also extended financial assistance to the needy students,” the speakers said and paying homage to late teacher added that he was such a person that strived selflessly for bright future of students and the district.
“During the flash floods in the district, he personally took part in rescue and relief operation and shifted a number of stranded families to safer places,” they said adding that when the residents of Saran colony of Mithi town were marooned, he himself waded through the floodwater to rescue the people.
Speakers said that late Ranomal Malani always dreamed of a well-educated Tharparkar district. He was also a political guide for his brothers who never parted ways with People’s Party and remained loyal to it even during difficult times.
Dr. Manoj Malani, Ravigar Goswami, Kelash Lodha, Ms. Kamla Ponam, Wali Muhammad Mangrio, Khalid Jogi, Arjun Sothar, Piyaro Shivani, Naseer Kunbhar, Johar Umeedani, Deen Muhammad Dars, Kishor Aswani, Kanji Mal and others addressed the event.