Public Charitable Trust Ajmal Foundation announced an economic package of Rs 10 lakh which will be used to rehabilitate the victims of the Baghjan Fire tragedy in Tinsukia.
The foundation will also hand over Rs 50,000 ex gratia payments to the family members of the two firefighters who lost their lives in the Baghjan oil tragedy.
Moreover, around 3,000 women will be with provided clothes like mekhela chadars and sarees and on the other hand, 300 men will receive shirts and pants.
“I have asked Ajmal Foundation to provide relief to those affected by fire at Baghjan Oil Well. An amount of ₹10 lakhs have been sanctioned to carry out relief works among the affected villagers. Additionally, I have asked the Foundation to provide financial assistance of ₹50,000 each to the families of the deceased fire fighters who died on the line of duty” AIUDF supremo and Lok Sabha MP Maulana Badruddin Ajmal said.
The organization has been working in the fields of Modern Education, Skill Development and Employment Generation, Women Empowerment, Poverty Alleviation, Relief and Rehabilitation and Environment and Health. The organization has been running as many as 25 educational institutions all over the State of Assam with 100 percent successful results and implementing various schemes and projects in different locations of the country for development of the weaker sections of the society.