KL News Network
A team of the central functionaries of Jama’at-e-Islami led by its Ameer Ghulam Muhammad Bhat Monday visited the Buchwara area of Dalgate and allotted fourteen makeshift rooms to the fire victims of Buchwara who were rendered homeless after the devastating fire last month.
In a statement issued here, a JeI spokesperson said, “The local people rendered all cooperation in accomplishing this project through its Welfare Committee headed by Sheikh Showkat Ahmad.”
The statement said that Showkat praised the services rendered by Jama’at and thanked it for constructing the makeshift residential huts within a short span of time.
“He glorified the dedication of Jama’at workers led by Ameer district Srinagar Bashir Ahmad Lone.”
Ameer Jama’at stressed, the statement added, upon the Muslim Ummah to fulfill this duty sincerely so that no needy person feels himself or herself helpless or hopeless on such occasions of hardships due to natural calamity or any other cause.
He emphasized the audience to raise the spirit of mutual help and assistance and provide all kinds of assistance to the needy and poor class of the society which is amongst the basic teachings of Islam.
He also promised the construction of some toilets and bathrooms for these fire victims.