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Jamaat-e-Islam Hind gesture to differently-abled children

Covai Post Network


Members of the Jamaat-e-Islam Hind would celebrate Prophet Mohammad’s birthday along with the 300 inmates of Families for Children at Podanur.

According to M. Abdul Hakkim, Public Relations Secretary of Jamaat-e-Islam Hind, his organisation would serve lunch to the inmates, mostly children who are either mentally or physically challenged. The organisation had earlier donated a water tank to the FFC, he said.

“FFC is a non-profit,non-sectarian organisation that fulfills the needs of children and young adults with physical or mental disabilities. FFC helps these individuals to reach their full potential and live with dignity. We try to help this organisation by providing help whenever needed,” Hakkim added

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