Jamiat-e-Ahlihadees throws open cancer pharmacy for patients
Srinagar, Oct 31: Translating into reality the cherished dream of Shaheed Itehad-e-Millat, Moulana Showkat Ahmad Shah, the Jamiat-e-Ahlihadees Jammu Kashmir on Monday threw open the Cancer Pharmacy at its Diagnostic Centre here to provide medicines for the cancer patients on “no profit no loss” basis.
A function, in this connection, was organized at Trans World Muslim University Diagnostic Centre, Jamiat Manzil, Barbarshah here. Noted oncologist, Dr Abdul Rashid Lone, the vice-chancellor of Trans World University, Dr Mushtaq Siddiqui, the central Nazim-e-Ala of Jamiat-e-Ahlihadees Hind, Moulana Asgar Ali Imam Mehdi and other noted doctors and Ulema also participated in the function.
Speaking on the function, Dr Mushtaq Siddiqui threw a detailed light on the objective behind opening this special pharmacy. “Jamiat-e-Ahlihadees has opened and dedicated this Centre for humanity and this step is verily appreciable,” he said.
Dr Abdul Rashid Lone said the Centre would provide much needed relief to the patients suffering from cancer. “For, a common patient of cancer cannot afford to purchase the medicines from open market. There is a dire need for opening such centres at various places. This is really an appreciable initiative taken by the Jamiat. If it succeeded in running the Centre, it would be a great service to the society,” he said, assuring wholehearted cooperation to the religious body in making the Centre a complete success,” he said.
Thanking the guests, the Jamiat vice-president, Riyaz Ahmad Shah said the organization was taking every positive step for the welfare and betterment of people. “The establishment of Diagnostic Centre and Cancer Pharmacy is a part of Jamiat’s public welfare programme. We want that the people suffering from the fatal disease may get every sort of relief,” he said.
After the function, the Cancer Pharmacy in the Diagnostic Centre was inaugurated by Dr Abdul Rashid Lone, Moulana Asgar Ali Imam Mehdi and Dr Siddiqui and formally thrown open for patients. Besides this, the Digital X-ray Machine was also inaugurated on occasion.
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