Amaan Ramazan logo on startup.
|Country of origin||Pakistan|
|No. of episodes||30|
|Original network||Geo TV|
|Original release||11 July– 8 August 2013|
Aamir Liaquat Hussain handed over abandoned infants from Chhipa Welfare Association to parents who wanted to adopt babies. Background checks were done by Chhipa welfare association and no legal agency was involved in the checks. The babies were then handed over to the parents during the show.
The concern that lack of confidentiality could expose the children and their families to teasing and stigma in the future was raised in media. Seema Jamali, assistant director of child welfare for the Sindh provincial government said, "The baby was given away the same way as a gift. Though it was good to find parents for her, the baby was given like a car, laptop, or motorcycle. It's an insult to the baby and the parents. It should have been done quietly."
- "Aamir Liaquat presented Ramazan as symbol of peace: CNN". The News. 2 August 2013. Retrieved 1 January 2014.
- "Geo’s Amaan Ramazan gains more fervor, enthusiasm". The News. 7 August 2013. Retrieved 1 January 2014.
- Abandoned babies given away on Pakistani TV programme
- Aamir Liaquat presented Ramazan as symbol of peace: CNN
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