JIH members busy in relief work for flood victims in Uttarakhand

Posted on 25 June 2013 by Webmaster JIH Maharashtra

New Delhi, June 25: Members of UP (West) & Uttarakhand zone of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind are holding relief camp at Haridwar railway station for victims of devastating flood in Uttarakhand. Local administration and Indian Railways have cooperated with the team of Jamaat to set up the relief camp at the railway station. They have also provided residential facilities to the Jamaat team. The relief camp of the Jamaat was inaugurated by Railway Superintendent Mr. GK Das.

The Jamaat relief camp consists of a team of five medical specialists and a mobile hospital equipped with all necessary machinery and facilities for treatment. Crowds of survivors are lining up at the camp and they are being attended properly.

Maulana Inamullah Islahi, state president (Ameer-e Halqa) of UP (West) & Uttarakhand zone, is camping in Haridwar to supervise the relief work. The efforts of the Jamaat are being praised by commoners in the town as a good initiative for communal harmony.

Besides the Haridwar relief camp, Jamaat has also sent some other teams comprising Jamaat leaders and members and former DSP Mohammad Waseem to Dehradun and Rishikesh. These teams are surveying affected people so that they could also be provided help as per their requirements.


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