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JIH organises Eid Milap for sanitary workers

JIH organises Eid Milap for sanitary workersJIH organises Eid Milap for sanitary workers
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While describing the services of the sanitary workers as unparalleled, the JIH (Jamaat-e-Islami Hind) women’s wing hoped that the entire society is cleaned-up of all the social evils, similar to the roads cleaned up by these women who are symbol of hygiene.

Santosh Nagar: While describing the services of the sanitary workers as unparalleled, the JIH (Jamaat-e-Islami Hind) women's wing hoped that the entire society is cleaned-up of all the social evils, similar to the roads cleaned up by these women who are symbol of hygiene.

The programme was organised by Yakutpura Unit of JIH on Wednesday by inviting sanitary workers from Santosh Nagar area. It was held at the residence of local JIH woman leader, Badar Fatima, where all kinds of dishes were prepared to honour the women who risk their lives on roads for ensuring sanitary on roads.

Ayesha sultana, city JIH Secretary, lauded the efforts of sanitary workers and emphasised that the society should be cleaned-off from the all kinds of social evils. Their efforts were lauded as they wake up before anyone does in the morning and start cleaning up the lanes of the entire city giving cleaner roads for denizens.

The organisers also discussed their problems, in this endeavour. Later all the participating women, both organisers and guests joined for the meals prepared for the occasion, reflecting the communal amity. In this programme, Chattabazar Unit's member, Tahura Siddiqua also participated.

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