Jamaat-e Islami sets up  Hospital in Nagpur

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Jamaat-e Islami sets up Hospital in Nagpur

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According to an article by Moin Qazi that appeared in ‘Muslim Mirror’, the Jamaat- e Islami Hind has set up an 86 bedded hospital for COVID patients in collaboration with the Nagpur administration. It has a full complement of relief team; MBBS doctors supported by Ayush doctors, GNM nurses, ANM nurses and housekeeping staff. The JIH has allied with Medical Service Society (MSS) — an organization which has taken up a number of other projects with the Jamaat.
“At both the individual and institutional level, we have been serving our fellow citizens even before COVID-19. The magnitude of the challenge and the sheer plight of those in need have only strengthened our resolve to do more.wea have so far treated 540 patients and 400 patients have fully recovered and have been discharged”, the article quotes Dr Anwaar Siddiqui, the President of the Nagpur unit of the Jamaat, as saying.
According to the article, former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also visited the Covid Health Centre. Lauding the role of Jamaat-e-Islami, and MSS, Fadnavis said, “Today our society needs such people and organisations who understand the pain and grief of people and who try to help them overcome their problems. We are glad to know that the Jamaat has come forward for this work and is trying to help out during this huge pandemic”.

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