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Bangalore: Muskaan Home for the Differently Abled Children was inaugurated here on March 16. The Muskaan Home will admit 150 blind and deaf children. Located in Fatima Layout in Thanisandra, a north-eastern outskirt of Bangalore, it has currently 12 inmates. The four floor building has a total 3,600 square feet residential space.
It was jointly inaugurated by  Kolkata based philanthropist  Muhammad Ameen Siddiqui and Bangalore businessman Iqbal Ahmed Siddiqui. The latter is also the chairman of the Millat Management Society which has set up the home and runs a string of institutions.
Karnataka Home Minister K. J. George, Congress politician C. M. Ibrahim, Al-Ameen Educational Society Chairman Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan and Maulana Afsar Azeezi participated in the opening ceremony.
According to Secretary Prof. Salaam Musheer, the Muskaan Home will admit more differently abled children shortly and the selection process is on. He can be contacted on Ph: 9341220107.