13-Jun-2024
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Floods Unite Communities in Lohian as Muslims Extend Helping Hand to Villagers

Abdul Sattar, who arrived from Nakodar, mentioned that relief items from Muslims in Rajasthan and Haryana were sent to support the flood-affected community.

In the aftermath of devastating floods in Lohian, a heartening display of unity has emerged as Muslim community members have been coming forward to assist affected villagers. Notably, individuals from Hanumangarh, Rajasthan, and even Haryana have traveled to Lohian to extend their support.

Compassionate volunteers defy religious barriers and aid flood-hit mandalas, Gidderpindi, and Null villages with food, water, and clothing. Shahrukh from Muslim Yuva Samiti, Phephan village, Hanumangarh, inspired by the Sikh community’s brotherhood, promotes unity.

Sohan Lal, a teacher in a government school at Mandala, was deeply moved by the selflessness displayed during the floods. He recounted how Muslim volunteers reached every village corner, offering assistance wherever needed. Abdul Sattar, who arrived from Nakodar, mentioned that relief items from Muslims in Rajasthan and Haryana were sent to support the flood-affected community. This touching display of unity and compassion showcases the triumph of humanity in the face of adversity.

For a detailed story, visit: The Tribune

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