Dar-ul-Khair to continue rehabilitation of flood victims at Batamaloo

Dar-ul-Khair Mirwaiz Manzil Srinagar is constructing seven more houses for the flood-victims at Batamaloo here.

Dar-ul-Khair Mirwaiz Manzil Srinagar is constructing seven more houses for the flood-victims at Batamaloo here. 

Spokesperson of Dar-ul-Khair in a statement said on the recommendations of the local Masjid committees, it has already handed over dozens of houses to the September 2014-flood-affected people under its 'Akh Akis' initiative. 

"An engineering team of the Dar-ul-Khair Mirwaiz Manzil today visited Batamaloo and took stock of the undergoing construction works there. The contractors involved in the construction of these houses expressed regret that due to curfews, undeclared curfews and restrictions on the movement of the people, there had been interruptions and delay in the construction works. However, they promised that the construction would be completed soon and houses handed over to the flood victims," the statement said. 

Meanwhile, Dar-ul-Khair Mirwaiz Manzil has again appealed to the people of Kashmir to continue their contributions toward the rehabilitation of the flood victims. "People should help make the Akh Akis initiative ac success, so that, besides the flood victims of Srinagar, the initiative reaches the flood victims of other districts as well and helps in their rehabilitation," it added.

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