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Shehzad Roy has made quite an impression since being designated the National Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). As his first noble act, Shehzad held a concert at Karachi’s juvenile jail on Tuesday, after which he bailed out 6 children from the facility who walked out of jail with him.

“6 youths, who we posted bail for, were able to walk out of jail with me after my concert at the juvenile jail and return to their lives today,” wrote the singer.



“I have been following UNODC’s work even before joining them as a Goodwill Ambassador. Their work is commendable in the fields of criminal justice, drug demand reduction, and HIV/AIDS prevention,” Shehzad said, on being appointed the National Goodwill Ambassador. “These things are close to my heart, especially when children are concerned, and I will give my all to my new role as National Goodwill Ambassador for Pakistan.”

More power to you, Shehzad!