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Dharmpal to get a house thanks to Jamiat-e-Ulama’s rehabilitation drive

Mohammad Akram / New Delhi

When Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind volunteers were making a list of families, whose houses had been razed in a drive against illegal colonies by the Municipal authorities in the Mewat area of​Haryana, Dharampal’s name also came up.

Dharampal was the only Hindu among the largely Muslim population rendered homeless in the drive and he wondered if he would also get the benefit of a house being promised by India’s largest Muslim organisation.

On January 14, Makar Sankranti Day, Jamiat volunteers laid the foundation stone for a house for Dharampal in the Madani Nagar Colony in the Firozpur Jhirka area of Haryana along with those of Muslims.

Prayers being offered at the site of the colony for Mewatis rendered homeless

An emotional Dharampal said, “Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind has helped me in this adversity. I am very happy. I have heard the name of Maulana Mahmood Madani Sahib (Chief of the organization) but never thought that one day his team would come to my house to help me.”

Jamiat General Secretary Maulana Hakimuddin Qasmi said that the organization serves humanity without discrimination. While Muslims became the victims of government bulldozers, the houses of some non-Muslim people were also demolished.

Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind has started a project to construct three colonies specifically for those who have been rendered homeless in the anti-encroachment drive in the peak of winter. Madani is one such settlement.

Dharampal owned a piece of land close to the colony. However, he had no money to construct a house. A delegation of Jamiat Ulama laid the foundation of his house.

Maulana Rahimuddin, who was one of the people rendered homeless in the demolition, said that Maulana Mahmood Madani and Maulana Hakimuddin Qasmi supported us in our worst times, and we can never forget this.

Construction work of houses going apace

On this occasion, Maulana Hakimuddin Qasmi said that the rehabilitation work in Mewat has now reached an important stage, the construction of some houses has been completed while the work on others is still going on. He said, “We will not rest in peace until we reach every needy person.”

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He said that Jamiat Ulama Mewat, especially Jamiat Ulama United Punjab General Secretary Maulana Mohammad Yahya Karimi, Jamiat Ulama United Punjab Vice President Maulana Sher Mohammad Amini, Maulana Mohammad Salim Sakras, Maulana Abdul Rahim Badidvi, Master Mohammad Afzal, Hafiz Qasim Mahon, Mohammad Alam The hard work of many Jat and Jamiat workers has been involved.

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