Muslim NGO That Provided Ration To 5000 Poor Families During Lockdown, Felicitated By Maharashtra Governor

During the nearly two-month lockdown aimed at breaking the rapid spread of the coronavirus, a Maharashtra-based Education society “Yateem Khana and Madarasa Anjuman- E-Khairul Islam” Mumbai, came out to feed their students and the students’ families. They successfully distributed around 5000 monthly ration kits in Mumbai and the Mahabaleshwar hill station. The NGO also provided 60 tons of fodder to horses, ponies, cows and camels in the hill station.

Maharashtra governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari took notice of the education society’s services and invited its members and teachers, and felicitated them. The society has spent more than 30 lakh rupees for this noble cause by raising funds from its members and well-wishers, Muslim Mirror reported. … President of Horse and Pony Association, Sayaray Javed Kharkhande and other members thanked Anjuman- E-Khairul Islam through a letter, for feeding their 147 horses during the lockdown. They said that AKI’s humanitarian deed will be remembered

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