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NYPD’s MOS reconstructs houses for Sindh Police, damaged in 2022 floods

MOS pledges reconstruction of damaged houses of the Sindh Police officials in Tehsil Khairpur Nathan Shah before Eid-ul-Fitr


DADU: New York Police Department’s Muslim Officers’ Society (NYPD’s MOS) has been engaged in the reconstruction of the houses of the Sindh Police damaged in the 2022 ruthless floods and heavy rains in the province.

The MOS has constructed more new houses in Dadu district and handed them over to the affected police personnel.

Mashuq Ali Gopang, a resident of Dadu’s Tehsil Johi and head constable in Sindh Police, faced two major tragedies in his life simultaneously. Six months back, his leg was broken in a traffic accident and his house was also destroyed in the floods. As clearly mentioned In the Holy Qur’an, the Allah Almighty says: indeed with difficulty there is ease, so the difficulties of Ali Gopang are no more. According to doctors, he will start walking again in four to six weeks, while MOS has been so kind to built a new house for him.

Part of the house of Head Constable Muhammad Ismail Panwar was affected by the rain. When MOS started the rehabilitation work of the flood victims in Dadu, they constructed a room according to his needs, in which the family is now living happily.

House of police constable Koro Soomro in Pir Mashaikh village was also washed away in the flood water. When the MOS came to know about the damage, it began reconstruction of the house and completed it within a few weeks.

Similarly, the age-long earnings of of Head Constables Zulfiqar Ali Khoso and Ghulam Sarwar, who reside in Khoso and Kanbar neighborhoods respectively also lost in the floods. The houses built by them were destroyed in the torrential rains, but nature was kind again and made the Muslim Officers Society a resource for their help and now the new houses were handed over to them after construction.

After the construction of the houses in Dadu, the representatives of the Muslim Officers Society and the team of Voice of South Asia inspected the damaged houses of the Sindh Police officials in Tehsil Khairpur Nathan Shah and assured the victims that new houses will be built and handed over to them before Eid-ul-Fitr.

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