Former MP and Jamaat women’s wing’s former Secretary Rashida Khatun dies; Jamaat Ameer condoles
Former Secretary of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s women wing and former member of Parliament Muhatarama Rashida Khatun died at around 8.30 am today at her house after yearlong sufferings due to liver cancer. Innalillahi Wa Inna Ilaihi Rajiun. She was 85. She left 5 sons, two daughters and many other relatives. Her Namaj-e-Janaja will be held at Mirpur DOHS mosque after Asr prayer and subsequently she will be buried in Azimpur graveyard of the capital.
Message of condolence:
Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman has issued the following message of condolence on 23 November 2020 at the death of former Secretary of Jamaat-e-Islami’s women wing and former member of Parliament Muhatarama Rashida Khatun.
We have lost a veteran sister of Islamic movement at the death of Rashida Khatun. She was a great servant of Islam. She has played a pivotal role to spread Islam and Islamic preaching among the women communities of the country. As a parliament member from 1991-1996, she tried her level best to establish rule of law, justice, human rights and women’s rights in the country. As a teacher, she also worked significantly to promote ideal citizens based on education and moral values. She set an extra ordinary example of sacrifice and dedication while discharging her organizational duties. I am expressing deep shock at her death. May Allah accept all her noble deeds to bless her with Jannah.
I am also extending deep sympathy to her mournful families and relatives. May Allah help them to hold patience in these moments of shock and distress.