18 June 2022, Sat

Jamaat Ameer and Acting Secretary General distribute relief in Sylhet

Jamaat leaders and manpower actively stand beside the Sylhet flood victims, says Jamaat Ameer

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman, Acting Secretary General Maulana ATM Masum, and the central delegates have witnessed the worsening flood condition of Sylhet around the day. They visited the severely affected areas and distributed relief among the victims.

Jamaat Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman distributed reliefs at Sylhet Sadar’s Sonatola, Bolaura, Badaghat Model High school shelter center, 39 ward’s Rashidia Madrasa shelter center, and Tukerbazar area. Jamaat’s Assistant Secretary General Advocate Ahasanul Mahabub Zubzyer, Sylhet city Ameer Muhammad Fakhrul Islam, Sylhet north organizational district’s Nayeb-e-Ameer Syed Faizullah Bahar, Assistant Secretary Maulana Islam Uddin, Sadar thana Jamaat Ameer Sultan Khan, Jalalabad thana secretary Maulana Zunaid Al Habib and Islami Chhatrashibir Shahjalal University President Rahat Chowdhury were present on the occasion.

While led by the party’s Acting Secretary General Maulana ATM Masum, a central delegation initially started for Jointapur. But they became compelled to return due to adverse weather. Later, he distributed relief in ward number 9’s Bagbari Bornomala school shelter center. He talked to the victims and consoled them. Jamaat’s central executive committee member and Dhaka south city Ameer Nurul Islam Bulbul, central executive committee member and Dhaka north city Ameer Muhammad Selim Uddin, Sylhet North district Ameer Hafiz Anwar Hossain Khan were present at that time. Central leaders are also accompanied by Sylhet city, and north and south organizational district leaders.

While experiencing the flood situation, Jamaat leaders said, within a month, the flood hits the greater Sylhet region for the second time. Jamaat-e-Islami has come forward to serve the flood victims of Sylhet and Sunamganj districts. Jamaat’s leaders and activists have been working sincerely in this crisis. The Jamaat leaders also urged the affluent sections of the society to extend their helping hands to the flood victims.