Guwahati, 09 Jan 2015: Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umari, Ameer (National President) of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, on Friday handed over house keys to people who were rendered homeless during the bloody riots in Assam two years ago. Jamaat has constructed 376 houses and 23 mosques in Kokrajhar, Chirang and Gosaigaon – three worst affected districts of BTAD area. Of them, 90 houses and four mosques were constructed by Jamaat in Chirang and 126 houses and 2 mosques in Gosaigaon. The Jamaat constructed houses for 15 Bodo families also.
Besides, about 1100 houses and 40 mosques were also repaired in the area. Some 115 makatib are also being run by Jamaat where about 7000 students are getting taking education.
Maulana Umari handed over the keys to the victim families at a program which was also attended by Jamaat’s national secretaries Mohammad Ahmed and Mohammad Shafi Madani.
Ameer-e Jamaat addressed public meetings at three different places in Kokrajhar and Chirang districts. He also visited Kamarpara village in Gosaigaon district where Jamaat constructed 126 houses and 2 mosque