With a major relief to the flood victims of Seemanchal region of Bihar, India’s largest Muslim Organization, Jamiat Ulama-i-hind has handed over keys of 45 houses to the needy persons in Kishangunj district. In the inauguration ceremony held to distribute keys of houses constructed by the organization Relief Committee, Jamiat National General Secretary Maulana Mahmood A. Madani expressed satisfaction over rehabilitation activities aimed at providing shelters for the homeless before wave of winter sweeping away.
It is noteworthy that Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind was quick to respond to the victims as the flood hit more than 10 millions in the region in August this year. Earlier, the organization had also distributed 99 houses in a ceremony on 24th of September 2017 with major relief work including
Distribution of 38,000 foots kits in the Fourt Districts
Steps for getting FIR Lodged for missing persons
Arrangement of Qurbani animals in the flood affected area.
While distributing keys, Maulana Mahmood Madani said that elders of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind believe that the path towards the devotion of Lord goes through the love and service for humanity. “We should thank our lord that he has provided us occasion to help the needy persons. Think the situation when we were in place of theses needy persons, then what would have happened” added Maulana Madani while urging JUH activists to do sincerely more and more for the needy.
Prior to this, Sunday evening, Maulana Madani addressed the huge crowd of Aman & Ekta Sammelan in Gandhi Maidan Supaul accompanied by Swami Chidanand Saraswati Rishikesh and several other Hindu and Muslim leaders.
The inauguration ceremony in Kishangunj was also attended by Maulana Hakeemuddin Qasmi, Maulana Mufti Javed Iqbal Qasmi, Maualna Ghayasuddin Qasmi, Mufti Isa Qasmi, Mufti Manazir Noumani, Maulana Khalid Anwar, Maulana Maaruf Karkhi, Mufti Abdul Hannan Qasmi, Maulana Abdul Basit, Maulana Naved Qasmi, Mufti Salman Qasmi, Maulana Abu Saleh, Maulana Imtiyaz, Maulana Abdullah and other district presidents.