UK Trusts Donates 21 Trucks of Relief Goods

    Wednesday, November 7th 2001
    Balochistan Express

    QUETTA: Moulana Mohammed Idrees the representative of Ummah Welfare Trust (England) has donated 21 truckloads of relief goods for Afghan refugees and deserving people. The relief goods comprised of medicines, eatable commodities, flour bags etc. All the trucks were handed over by Moulana Idrees to Afghan Red Crescent Society Spinboldak. The Afghan Red Crescent Society would distribute all relief goods among the deserving people of Afghanistan. The Afghan people have thanked Ummah Welfare Trust for provisioning of relief goods. Ummah Welfare Trust was established and registered in UK. The people related with trust before the forming had worked for the provision of relief to the affected people all over the world. Mr. Mohammed Iqbal, Abdul Rehman, Mohammed Khalid, Idrees, Ali Ahmed and Mohammed Nisar have an important role to run the trust, all of them living in London and other cities of UK.

    Talking with newsmen Moulana Mohammed Idrees who has arrived in Quetta for the provision of relief goods to the affected people of Afghanistan said that Ummah Welfare Trust was organized one year ago and has provided relief to different deserving people in the world on humanitarian basis. He said that Ummah Trust is providing eatable commodities to affected people, provision of health facilities and water supply projects are the top priorities of the trust. He said that at present the poor people of Afghanistan are facing great difficulties. So the trust decided to extend help to them and arranged relief goods comprised of 21 trucks loaded with medicines, ghee tins, flour, rice and other commodities which were handed over to Afghan Red Crescent Society Spinboldak Afghanistan personally by Moulana Mohammed Idrees. He said that all people related with trust only working free of cost only and only to extend help and relief to the poor and deserving people all over the world. He appealed to the generous people of the world to come forward and extend their cooperation to save the poor people of Afghanistan and refugees from hunger and thirst.