Lockdown Mode: All Religious Affinity Movement with police feeds the needy in Coimbatore - IAMC
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Lockdown Mode: All Religious Affinity Movement with police feeds the needy in Coimbatore

Reaching out to migrant workers mostly from Bihar, Odisha, Assam and West Bengal is Coimbatore based All Religious Affinity Movement (ARAM) state chief Haji J Mohamed Rafi, who alongwith Jagannath Textiles and C3 Saibaba Colony Police Station distributed food packets besides grocery pack containing essential commodities like rice, dhal, cooking oil across Saibaba Colony neighbourhood here.…

Left in the lurch as to what to do, they started moving hither and thither in search of food, he said adding that he alongwith the Jagannath Textiles management and C3 Saibaba Colony police station personnel decided to cook food, pack them and distribute at strategic locations with the help of police personnel. On the first day, they distributed to over 1500 persons including those left languishing on roadsides.…

And he makes it a point to lend a hand to people in distress in even far off places. Interestingly, his spouse Fathima is behind in all his service initiatives. All the more, he has earned the goodwill of the people cutting across communal lines for his social activities.…


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