The Telangana State Wakf Board is planning to start a charitable hospital and also a medical college in the State.The proposal was discussed during the Board’s second meeting held at Haj House on Monday. It was presided by Wakf Board’s chairman Mohamemd Saleem.

Briefing the media person later, Saleem informed that the Wakf Board would soon start a charitable hospital for poor Muslims. Further, he said that a medical college too would be started after discussing the proposal with Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao and other ministers. He said that the Wakf Board would provide financial assistances to poor Muslims suffering from heart and kidney ailments. He said monthly pensions would also be issued to divorcees and widows. He said that the Board’s Chief Executive Officer has been asked to prepare a detailed report on these


Saleem also informed that the Board has set aside an order issued by previous CEO in December last year extending the term of Mutawalli of Dargah Yousufain, Abul Fateh Syed Shah Hasan Shabbir Mohammed Al-Hussaini, for three years. He said Mutwalli’s term would end in July this year. He also said that the Guttala Begumpet Masjid would be taken under direct management of Wakf Board. He said that the decision has been taken with a view to protect its properties worth several hundred crores.

The Wakf Board chairman also informed that global tenders would be called to give commercial Wakf properties in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy on lease for 30 years. He said tenders were also being called for renovation of Haj House. Similarly, tenders will be called for hundi of Dargah Hazart Jahangir Peeran, Dargah Hazrath Janpak Shaheed and Dargah Bada Pahad.

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