Coronavirus in India; West Bengal Al Ameen Mission Contributing Services to Fight COVID- 19

The ex-students of the mission irrespective of the cast and religion are serving the sick and can contribute to humanity gives the founder a sense of pride and happiness.

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As India continues to fight the spread of coronavirus with 1530 confirmed cases and 55 deaths, people from all walks of life, including celebrities, industrialists, politicians, and educational institutions have stepped in to contribute. 

Al Ameen Mission in West Bengal donated Rs.5.5 lakhs to the CM Relief Fund for fighting with the novel coronavirus. The teaching and non-teaching staff had contributed their one day’s salary to the relief fund.

“The ‘Birbhum Siuri’ and the ‘Burdwan Memari’ campuses of Al Ameen Mission have been offered for setting up temporary quarantine facilities in West Bengal” says M Nurul Islam, Founder, and Secretary of Al Ameen Mission. Among 23 thousand alumni, there are a large number of ex-students who are in the medical sector. The ex-students of the mission irrespective of the cast and religion are serving the sick and can contribute to humanity gives the founder a sense of pride and happiness.

An ex-student of the Mission Dr.Tahera Khtaun says that amid all the panic despite her family compulsions it’s hard for her to stay at home during this emergency. There are numerous such students of Al Ameen Mission who now are serving the sick in various parts of the world.

The dream of M.Nurul Islam who once had started this Mission at a very tender age comes true and feels a sense of pride in himself now when the students are serving the sick and is serving the community an making them proud. He had a vision of helping the underprivileged children from minority Muslims to stand out and be successful to create their own identity in society. He nurtured the talent of young boys and girls from Bengal from his community who belong from a very simple household.

As many as 10 fresh cases were confirmed in West Bengal on Tuesday, the highest single-day jump in the state. There are 32 COVID-19 cases in West Bengal. On Tuesday, coronavirus claimed two more lives in West Bengal.  

There are over 1,700 coronavirus cases in India, confirmed ministry of health and welfare. As many as 55 deaths were reported from various parts of the country.

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Coronavirus in India; West Bengal Al Ameen Mission Contributing Services to Fight COVID- 19
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The ex-students of the mission irrespective of the cast and religion are serving the sick and can contribute to humanity gives the founder a sense of pride and happiness.
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