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VISIT REPORT OF MUZAFFAR GARH

It was decided by the Chairperson Mrs. Shamim Mahmood to send winter clothes to the families of flood victims and to provide financial assistance to disable person for artificial legs and repair of Mosque Abdullah (R.A) at village Booch, Peer Barah Hazari.

On 12th February, 2011 I was asked by the Chairperson to proceed Muzaffar Garh tonight to distribute the winter clothes and financial assistance and to verify the usage of roofs material already provided to the shelterless people and to complete survey for the supply of more 20 roofs material to the most deserving families.

While on my way to village Hajipur South. Boat is the only source to reach there

I left for Muzaffar Garh at 12:30 am on 13th February, 2011 and reached at village Hajipur District Muzaffar Garh at 10:00 am. At Zuhar prayer I went to mosque and after prayer I met with the members of Mosque committee and gave them Rs. 29,000/= for the roof and floor repair of Mosque.

While presenting cheque of Rs. 29,000/= to Chairman, Mosque committee

At about 2:30 pm I alongwith local committee members visited the houses for which roofs were provided. I observed that about 15 roofs were completed whereas remaining 5 roofs were left unutilized due to the incomplete rooms. The residents committed that in a week time they will complete the roofs.

 

View of completed roofs

After visit, the winter clothes were distributed among the poor families in village Lal Pur and Hajipur, the female members of the families were very happy.

While distributing the winter cloths among the needy families.

At 5 pm alongwith committee members I visited the free dispensary. The staff informed us about the shortage of medicines.

View of JUF Free Dispensary at Hajipur South

As per direction of Chief Executive the survey of other twenty houses was made and a consolidated list was prepared in order to provide roofs in addition.

 

While survey of houses

Report by Mr. Tayyab Baloch
Assistant Manager

The survey of other twenty houses was made and a consolidated list as under:-

Sr # Name S/O, W/O , D/O Cast / Village Remarks
1 Jam Habib Ahmad Yar Jam / Lalpur 75 years and patient
2 M Sidque Hassan Bux Jam / Lalpur Very poor and patient
3 Haji Raheem Bux Jam / Lalpur Very poor and no shelter
4 Qadir Bux Allah Yar Jam / Lalpur 80 years old and no shelter
5 Ahmad Yar Ghulam Muhammad Jam / Lalpur Very poor family
6 M. Nawaz Karim Bux Jam / Lalpur Very poor family physically unfit
7 M. Ramazan Ghulam Hadir Lang / Hajipur Very poor family
8 Abdulrasheed Qadir Bux Lang / Hajipur Very poor live in tent
9 Kaneez Bibi Haji Muhammad Lang / Hajipur Widow and no shelter
10 Ghulam Rasool Ahmad Bux Lang / Hajipur 75 years old very poor
11 Hajra Sister of Allah Wasya Lang / Hajipur Very poor family
12 Sugra Mai Fida Hussain Bhara / Hajipur Widow
13 Manzoor Hussain Barkhurdar Mohana / Hajipur Very poor no shelter
14 M. Iqbal Haqnawaz Mohana / Hajipur Very poor his house demolished in flood
15 Haqnawaz Ghulam Sarwar Mohana / Hajipur Very poor his house destroyed in flood
16 Rabnawaz Chandia / Hajipur Very poor family his demolished in flood
17 Jannat Bibi Phathany Khan Chandia / Hajipur This house total demolished in flood
18 Sugra Mai Bahawal Chandia / Hajipur Widow and shelter
19 Kalo Gaman Chandia / Hajipur 80 years old and no children
20 Jannat Bibi Ashiq Chandia / Hajipur Widow her husband died in 2011

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