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Eid Jamat Committee distributed new clothes for orphans

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Chattogram Bureau :
The Annual General meeting and Iftar party followed by  Islamic cultural competitions among the  orphans  and madrasa students  including Hamd-Nath,  , Kirat and  Azan competition was held at Chattogram circuit house  auditorium on Thursday as arranged   by the Chattogram  Central Eid Jamaat committee   with Deputy commissioner Md Elias Hossain in the chair. Additional Deputy commissioner(General) Md. Habibur Rahman graced the occasion as special guests.
The program  begins at 3 pm through reciting Quran duly conducted by the Secretary General  Principal Dr Abdul Karim . Secretary General  delivered address of welcome  and  presented the annual  reports of the CEJC in it. Treasurer of the committee Alhaj Saleh Ahmed Suleman placed the annual  financial statement before the AGM.
After end of the competitions  of the orphans , prizes were distributed among the winners . Students of different Etimkhanas  and Madrasas participated the  competitions. Principal Dr Abdul Karim conducted the competitions of  religious events. DC distributed clothes among the poors and  orphan students . Deputy commissioner  urges the affluent to come forward for the welfare of the poors and orphans  of different etimkhanas and madrasas  . He said the  madrasa students are  dedicating themselves for  flourishing the  Islamic culture and heritage . He also  emphasized  about significance  of  Zakat . He assures all sorts of  cooperations for the Eid Jammat Committee.
Principal Hazrat Moulana  Dr Sayeed Muhammad Abu Noman conducted munajat in the Iftar mahfil. Among others, Adv Mahbub Uddin Ahmad, Alhaj  Shahjada  Enayetullah Khan, Alhaj MA Quddus, Khawja Belayet ullah Khan, Alhaj Saleh Ahmed  Suleman, Dastagir Alam Nasu, Ashrafuzzaman, Mir Fazle Akbar, SM Shoib Khan , Dr Akhtar Hossain Bhutto  spoke on the occasion. The main Eid Jammat will be held at MA Aziz Stadium adjoining  ground  at early 8.30 am  and at the same time other  Eid jammats  will   also be held in 93 local  Eidgaons  in the city, meeting sources said.

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