75 Affected Families Leave College

    September 25, 2010
    The International News

    CHARSADDA: Flood-affected families staying in relief camp at the Government Girls College here started returning home after about 75 affected families were provided tents by the Ummah Welfare Trust.

    A simple ceremony was held on the occasion at the college where Assistant Coordinator Officer of Charsadda, Mohammad Naeem Khan, was the chief guest. He assured the flood-affected people that Ummah Welfare Trust would continue supporting them till their rehabilitation.

    Camp in-charge of the Ummah Welfare Trust, Iftikhar Ahmad, and media coordinator Sher Ali were also present on the occasion. Chairman of Ummah Welfare Trust, Maulana Mohammad Idrees urged the clerics to guide the masses to the right path and forbid the affected people from resorting to begging. He also urged the philanthropists to come forward and join hands with charity organizations for the rehabilitation of the flood-affected people.

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