House of Mercy ready for Muzaffarnagar riot-hit victim.
Sixty-one houses are built in Budhana, Muzaffarnagar for riot-hit peoples. Tomorrow they will be handed over to the families by Muslim league leaders, a Muslim league leader told OT.COM.
“Baithu Rhama literally means House of Mercy. It is social welfare programme initiated by Indian Union Muslim League Malappuram district committee to provide house for poor people irrespective of caste, religion and community in Kerala.
“Today, we are very pleased to inform you that the Biathu Rahma, Muzaffarnagar project has been successfully completed and IUML is dedicating 61 houses to the most underprivileged families.
“President IUML will lay down the foundation stone of E Ahmad memorial school in the village,” said IUML leader ET Mohammed Basheer.
The clashes between the Hindu and Muslim communities in Muzaffarnagar district in August–September 2013.
In 2015, Jamaat-e Islami Hind (JIH) president Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umari had handed over keys of several houses to the riot-hit victims.
Addressing the event in the city, Maulana Umari had then said: “Whenever a natural or man-made calamity has hit any area of the country, Jamaat has rushed to help the victims irrespective of their region or religion. We do it on humanitarian ground.”
And now Muslim league has decided to follow suit.