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AAMSU appeal not to organise any gathering during Ramzan

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DOOMDOOMA, April 24 - The Tinsukia District Committee of All Assam Minorities Students� Union (AAMSU) has urged all the Masjid, Maktab and Madrasa Committees to follow the guidelines of COVID-19 and not to organize any gathering during the holy month of Ramzan.

In a press release issued by the general secretary of the Tinsukia district committee of AAMSU, Farijur Rahman has requested everyone to offer Holy Taravih Namaaz at home instead of organising any congregation in Masjids and to cooperate with the government in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.

The minority student leader also requested all to donate the sadqa, fitra and khairat to the needy people so that they can keep Roza without any problems. He also urged all to take care of their immediate neighbours and help the needy people as much as possible.

The student body lamented that the government�s initiative was not adequate and still many poor people were not getting food materials. So, AAMSU has requested all public representatives, the civil society to come forward to help the poor.

AAMSU has also demanded the government to increase the quantity of food items distributed through Public Distribution System.

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AAMSU appeal not to organise any gathering during Ramzan

DOOMDOOMA, April 24 - The Tinsukia District Committee of All Assam Minorities Students� Union (AAMSU) has urged all the Masjid, Maktab and Madrasa Committees to follow the guidelines of COVID-19 and not to organize any gathering during the holy month of Ramzan.

In a press release issued by the general secretary of the Tinsukia district committee of AAMSU, Farijur Rahman has requested everyone to offer Holy Taravih Namaaz at home instead of organising any congregation in Masjids and to cooperate with the government in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.

The minority student leader also requested all to donate the sadqa, fitra and khairat to the needy people so that they can keep Roza without any problems. He also urged all to take care of their immediate neighbours and help the needy people as much as possible.

The student body lamented that the government�s initiative was not adequate and still many poor people were not getting food materials. So, AAMSU has requested all public representatives, the civil society to come forward to help the poor.

AAMSU has also demanded the government to increase the quantity of food items distributed through Public Distribution System.

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