15 Minutes with Abdul Sattar, the Man Who Serves the Karachi Press
“The day you sit idle, you are inviting illness and despondency upon yourself. I don’t want to be dependent on anybody. I have too much self-respect.”
Rida Bilgrami is a freelance writer based in London. She was born in Pakistan and spent her formative years in New York and Boston. Her recent work has appeared in VICE and Eater and focuses on the intersection of food, history and identity politics. She can be reached on Twitter @ridahb
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