We need to value the blessings of Allah lest it is too late:Principal District and Sessions Judge of Baramulla, Mr. Mohammad Ashraf Milk



In a heartwarming initiative, Human Aid Society, in collaboration with Iltizam Relief Society Malaysia and District Legal Services Authority Baramulla, organized a Winter Aid Distribution camp at the village of Sheikhpora in Rafiabad. The event aimed to provide comfort and convenience to elderly individuals facing the harsh winter.

The Principal District and Sessions Judge of Baramulla, Mr. Mohammad Ashraf Milk, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest, emphasizing the importance of respecting and protecting the rights of the elderly. During his address, he urged the community to support organizations dedicated to caring for the elderly, commending the continuous efforts of the Human Aid Society over its 25 years of service.

As part of the program, legal awareness sessions were conducted, featuring Honble Chief Judicial Magistrate Sopore Mr. Adil Mushtaq, Honble Munsif Judge Dangiwacha, and Mobile Magistrate Sopore Mr. Javid Ahmad as Guest of Honours. The judges shed light on the legal aspects concerning the elderly, encouraging a collective effort to address their challenges.

One poignant moment of the event was the formal handover of a renovated shelter home by the Honorable Judges to a 75-year-old lady living alone. This gesture, facilitated by Human Aid Society, exemplifies the practical impact of community-driven initiatives.

Haji Karamat Qayoom, Patron of Human Aid Society, highlighted the day-to-day challenges faced by the elderly, while Chairman Bashir Ah Mir outlined the pivotal role of the society. Civil society members, Gurdwara Prabandakh Committee president, advocates, paralegal volunteers, and representatives from various organizations participated, lauding the efforts of Human Aid Society.

The program not only distributed essential items like food and blankets but also fostered a sense of community engagement and responsibility toward the elderly population. The proceedings were conducted by Secretary Naseer Ah Rather, and the vote of thanks was delivered by Mohammad Ashraf Dar, the Human Aid Society Rafiabad area coordinator. The event stands as a testament to the power of collaborative efforts in providing comfort and support to those in need.


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