Hyderabad: According to the report furnished by Mr. Iftekhar Husain, Secretary of Faiz-e-Aam Trust, a sum of Rs. 2.99 crore was spent on various schemes of financial assistance to poor students and families.
In 2016-17, the trust spent Rs. 59.81 lakh for primary education, Rs. 21.21 lakh for technical education, Rs. 29.5 lakh for relief and Rs. 7.85 lakh for treatment of patients.
In this manner, from April 2017 to January 2018, Rs. 40.46 lakh, Rs. 21.21 lakh, Rs. 18.68 lakh and Rs. 3.58 lakh were spent on the above mentioned works.
So far, the trust has help 625 students of primary education, 731 of SSC, 1237 of Intermediate, Degree, PG, Engineering, MBA, MBBS and Paramedical Courses.
He further told that the trust was established in 1983 by his brother-in-law, Mr. Zulfekhar Husain. It enjoys full support from Mr. Zahed Ali Khan, Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily. The trust is now helping 1456 students ranging from primary school to Engineering and Medical courses. It is also extending financial help to 1256 patients. It rehabilitated 2280 persons.
Faiz-e-Aam Trust helped Kareemunnisa whose husband, an autodriver had left her helpless. Her sons, Syed Hasan and Syed Yaseen and daughter, Saba Begum were adopted by the Trust for educating them. Syed Hasan completed MBBS whereas Saba Begum is doing the same course. Her eldest son, Syed Yaseen has completed Hifz-e-Quran.
Ms. Farukh Parveen Jamal, Chairperson of Trust, Aurangabad and Mr. Siraj Tahir, Trustee of Faiz-e-Aam Trust attended the meeting and listened to the details of the poor families.
In collaboration with Siasat Millat Fund (Clothes bank) it helped 1552 families. Destitute Muslims of Muzaffar Nagar received help through Siasat Millat Fund. It also helped Salwa Fatima and Sania Siddiqui for their ambitions to become pilots. For Old Age Home of Siasat, the trust gave a donation of Rs. 5 lakh.
The trust also helped Nuzhat Fatima, a student of MBBS, Shaik Nazeer Ahmed and Ayesha, students of MD.
During the past three years, the trust has spent Rs. 1.6 lakh for primary education, Rs. 43.33 lakh for technical education, Rs. 71.15 lakh for rehabilitation, Rs. 23.35 lakh for treatment of patients.
It may be mentioned that Syed Hasan had secured a free seat in MBBS. Mr. Ali Asghar played a key role in getting financial help for this family.
Hajera Begum is a second year MBBS student. Her father is a tailor and her mother manufactures beedis. She has two sisters. The expenses of her MBBS fees were paid by her parents by mortgaging ornaments. Dr. Makhdoom Mohiuddin’s wife, Dr. Shaista Mohammedi Husaini received a message on WhatsApp for helping Sabera Begum which she forwarded to Secretary of Faiz-e-Aam Trust who arranged Rs. 1.27 lakh for getting back the ornaments which were mortgaged.
Mr. Rizwan Haider, Trustee welcomed the guests. Ms. Amena Saher conducted the meeting.
These details were given in a special meeting held at Faiz-e-Aam Trust which was attended by Ms. Farhat Yasmeen and Mr. Siraj Tahir, Trustees. The other persons who attended the meeting were Dr. Samiullah Khan (Director Shadan College and MESCO member), Dr. Saukat Ali Mirza (Chairman Helping Hand), Mr. Ali Abedi (Social worker, London), Mr. Mudasir Alam (US), Mr. Jameel Haider (US), Fakhri Saheb (US), Anees Iftekhar Ali (US), Ruqayya Begum (US), Syed Haider (member, Faiz-e-Aam Trust), Aijaz Husain (US), Jafar Ahmed (US), Syed Jafar Husain (Sada-e-Husaini), Hamid Ali, Prof. Shaukat Hayat and Mr. Ahmed Basheeruddin Farooqui (former Dy.DEO).