Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Mahmood Ali has inagurated the 108 shelter homes built in Balapur for illegal Rohingy Muslims who are staying in Hyderabad.
These houses were built by Jamaat -e- Islami Hind Telangana unit with the support of Delhi based NGO Human Welfare Foundation.
These shelter homes consists of facilities to accommodate 106 families, play school and children garden.
After inagural Dy CM Mahmood Ali praised the work of Jamate -Islami for building these shelter homes for Rohingy Muslims. He said Telangana governent has introduced the double bed room scheme to uplift the under previlaged people in the state.
In this programme Mohammad Hamid Khan, president of Jamaat -e- Islami Hind Telangana unit, Malik Mohtasim Khan, Jamaat -e- Islami Hind leader, Mohammad Azharuddin, Jamaat -e- Islami Hind member, Abdul Jabbar Siddiqui, general secratery of Human Welfare Foundation, CEO Noufil, EM Falha, representative of Kerala Solidarity Youth Movement.
Input: Namaste Telangana