Jama’at run ‘Moomin Welfare Trust’ donates ambulance to people

SRINAGAR: Moomin Welfare Trust (MWT) J&K, a component of Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir, on Friday donated an ambulance van for general public at Soura.
As per a statement issued here, a brief program was organised by the management of MWT at Masjid Al-Rahma, Soura, which was presided over by its patron Ameer-e-Jama’at Ghulam Muhammad Bhat.
On the occasion, Bhat while hailing such people friendly effort urged the management to do more in this sector. He said from the day one, Jama’at has been concerned about the welfare and well-being of people without discrimination of caste, creed, colour or religion.
“Islam teaches us to do good with everyone and impresses upon its followers to spend for the welfare of society through cash or kind. For the good of people, Jama’at has established a separate department vis-à-vis Moomin Welfare Trust since 2014 floods that extended its helping hand to those who had lost everything in floods,” he said.
“Also in 2016 uprising, this department provided assistance to the injured especially pellet hit victims and today you see MWT with the will of Almighty Allah and your monetary assistance has made this service possible for needful people here,” he added.
Bhat said Jama’at plans to start up a diagnostic centre in the area so that weaker sections of the society get benefited. “We are hopeful you will further your support to this Trust so that we can serve humanity for the sake of Almighty Allah,” he said.
At the end, the Jama’at chief inaugurated the ambulance service and donated it for the needy people.