HDWF President Matiur Rahman donates Rs. 5 lakh for flood-affected Uttarakhand

    By Mohd Mudassir Alam,

    New Delhi: Joining the hands to support the flood affected Uttarakhand, Maulana Matiur Rahman Madani, President, Human Development and Welfare Foundation (HDWF) from Kishanganj, Bihar has donated Rs. 5 lakh from his organization to Chief Minister Relief Fund.

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    On August 22, 2013, Maulana Madani met Bihar State Minority Commission Chief Mr. Naushad Ahmad in Patna and handed over the Rs. 5 lakh cheque to Chief Minister Secretariat officials. The donation given by Mr. Madani has been transferred to the concerned department for rehabilitation of the flood affected people of Uttarakhand.

    Speaking with the media, Mr. Madani said that he and his organization strongly feel about the flood affected Uttarakhand and lakhs of sufferer from the state. With this amount we are trying to help out the affected people and bring them into normalcy. He said that the people of Kishanganj have donated around Rs. 5 lakh into their organization’s account and he had deposited the money into Chief Minister Relief Fund.

    After handing over the money, Mr. Madani appealed to other organizations to come forward and donate as much money they can to help out the people affected by massive natural calamity. Keeping aside the differences people should join hands to help out the humanity, then only the nation can move ahead in the path of development, said Mr. Madani.

    The generous act of Mr. Madani is appreciated by the people of Kishanganj including Human Chain – a Delhi based non-government society. Mohammad Aslam, President, Human Chain said, “Mr. Madani has been one of the mentors of our organization. He is well known for social activities and helping nature. We appreciate his concern for people of Uttarakhand and monetary help given through Chief Minister Relief Fund. Mr. Madani has received the legacy of social work from his father Late Mr. Matin Salafi and this is one of the instances of his concern for the society and nation”. We thank Mr. Madani and his organization on behalf of Human Chain and people of Seemanchal, mentioned Mr. Aslam.