Support victims of anti-muslim violence in Assam: 1,17,000 homeless people are now living in about 44 Relief Camps
ASSAM P.O. CHALIHA ROAD, HEDAYATPUR, GUWAHATI-781003, ASSAM
Due to ethnic violence in Darrang and Udalguri Districts of Assam on and from 3rd October, 2008 more than 100 people died, about 50 villages were burnt down uprooting and rendering more than 2 lakhs people homeless. Hundreds reported missing and traceless till today. About 1,17,000 homeless people are now living in about 44 Relief Camps in most deporable and Subhuman condition having no adequate ration, medicine and drinking water. Most of the inmates are women and children and they are crying for food and drinking water. Various organizations including Jamiat-ul-Ulema-e-Hind. Jamaat-e-Islami, Milli Council and Calamity Relief Foundation, Assam started relief works in different
camps but the relief provided so far is not at all adequate. Food, drinking water and medical facilities are need of the hour.
I, therefore, on my behalf and on behalf of Calamity Relief Foundation, Assam, appeal to all philanthropists and well wishers to donate generously for Assam riot victims.
Cash/cheque/draft may be made in the name of
"Calamity Relief Foundation Assam"
A/c No. 30249039011, SBI, Guwahati
Mr. S.S. Farooque
Gen. Secy. Calamity Relief Foundation, Assam,
P.D.Chaliha Road, Hedayatpur,
(Hafiz Rashid Ahmed Choudhury)
President, Calamity Relief Foundation Assam,
Hedayatpur, Siloukhuri, Guwahati-781003
List of Relief Camps in
this pdf file
victims of anti-muslim violence in Assam: 1,17,000 homeless people are now living in about 44 Relief Camps