30 June 2022, Thu

Jamaat Amee distributes food packet gifts among flood victims in Habiganj district

It is our moral obligation to help the flood victims- Dr. Shafiqur Rahman

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman has said, “There is no doubt about the massive damage caused by the flood this time. 13 districts of the country are flood affected. 3 more districts are yet to visit. While visiting the flood-affected areas, it was tough to control tears after watching the unbearable sufferings of the victims. Allah bestows tests on someone to assess their patience; it is also a test for his fellow brothers to judge whether he comes in to assist them or not. Jamaat-e-Islami is a victim organization. Around 12 thousand cases have been filed against 13 lakh leaders and activists. However, we did not make a pause. We will be by the side of the oppressed brothers and will be Insha Allah. No one can resist us.

He said this while distributing food packet gifts among the flood victims in Nomouja Ittefakia Alim Madrasa under 6 number Kushi union of Nabiganj upazila under Habiganj district on Wednesday. Central executive committee member of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami and Dhaka city South Ameer Nurul Islam Bulbul and Sylhet city Ameer Muhammad Fakhrul Islam were present on the occasion as the special guests.

Among others, Habiganj district Ameer Master Abdur Rahman, Nayeb-e-Ameer Maulana Mukhlisur Rahman, Secretary Kazi Mohsin Ahmad, Assistant Secretary and Shankhola union chairman Advocate Nazrul Islam, Assistant Secretary and district’s Sramik Kollan Federation President Abdur Rouf Bahar, former vice-chairman Nabiganj Upazila council Maulana Ashraf Ali, Nabiganj Upazila Ameer Ismail HoHosseinashim and others were also present during the distribution program.