Shaheen Sports Syndicate distributes blankets
Srinagar, Jan 16: Shaheen Sports Syndicate distributed 40 woolen blankets among the students of Nurul Islam Oriental College Rajouri Kadal on Wednesday here.
The blankets were distributed as part of social activity among the students undergoing Course of Molvi Fazil, Molvi Alim and Hafiz- e- Quran in the said College.
On the occasion among others who were present include, General Secretary Anjuman- e - Nusratul Islam, Mufti Ghulam Rasool Samon, Superintendent boarding Qasi Mohammad Shabir, Chairman Shaheen Sports Syndicate Showkat Ahmad Khanyari,General Secretory Mohammad Farooq Matoo and others.
Khanyarii while speaking on the occasion said “its our responsibility to work for the welfare of religious institutions which are eradicating the social evils in our society”.
The speakers hailed the role of SSS towards religious institutions as highly appreciable.
Gen Secretary SSS Mohammad Farooq Matoo in his speech promised to do the socio- religious work with great enthusiasm and dedication.
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