New York: The New York Police Department’s (NYPD) Muslim Officers’ Society (MOS) has built a number of new houses for the flood victims in Pakistan, and the construction phase is underway, with full swing.
Sain Dad, a village predominated by the Rind tribe in Kandiaro region of Sindh’s District Naushahro Feroze was hit by the ruthless floods five months back. However, now life is slowly returning to normalcy.
Ali Nawaz,49, is one of the worst victims to pay a heavy price of climate change in the Sain Dad village, as the floods washed away his home, leaving his extended family homeless and helpless.
Eventually, he was left with no choice, but to move his family to the port city of Karachi. Indeed, it was a painful migration.
But, thanks to MOS for its generous humanitarian work. It has constructed a new house for Nawaz’s family and they are back from Karachi.
Nawaz’s wife informed that when the New York Police Department’s Muslim Officers’ Society started reconstruction of houses in this flood-affected village of Kandiaro, her family was overwhelmed with joy.
Ali Nawaz Rind said after the construction of a new house, the flood-affected family is very happy and prays for the Muslim Officers Society.
Muslim officers’ Society’s delegation comprised Sagheer Ahmed, Nauman Malik and Sergeant Moinuddin Qureshi visited the flood-affected districts of Sindh two and a half months ago under the leadership of MOS President Deputy Inspector Adeel Rana.
They visited the victims in their respective villages in Pakistan.
Meanwhile, in a video message, Adeel Rana said the possible help is now visible on ground in the form of construction of new houses.
Adeel Rana expressed his happiness and reiterated his commitment that the Muslim Officers Society will continue to do whatever is possible to help the flood victims of Pakistan.
Financed by the Muslim Officers Society, he said the construction phase of more new houses with quality materials, is going on, rapidly in Kandiaro.
MOS President said that as soon as the construction phase is completed, the organization will begin rehabilitation of the victims.
The humanitarian work and rashan distribution activity will also begin in the Muslim holy Month of Ramadan.