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Leicester mosque raise £700 for Police ‘Welfare Van’

27th Nov 2020
Leicester mosque raise £700  for Police ‘Welfare Van’

(Credit: masjidalfalah.org.uk)

Nadine Osman

Worshippers at Leicester-based Masjid Al Falah raised £700 for the Police ‘Welfare Van’ as an expression of gratitude to the local Police during the coronavirus pandemic.

The funds were recently donated to the Police Federation, who will use it to provide additional facilities, stocks and provisions within their officer ‘welfare Van’ supporting front line officers on duty. The money collected will be used by Leicestershire Police for their ‘Welfare Van’ which provides essential supplies such as food and drink at times of need.

Abdul Karim Gheewala, Chair of Masjid Al Falah thanked everyone who donated, “God bless you as you serve humanity without hesitation.”

Leicestershire Police, Head of Local Policing Directorate, Chief Superintendent Adam Streets told The Muslim News, “As the Chief Superintendent responsible for the delivery of local policing across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and on behalf of the force. I would like to say a huge personal thank you to the committee and its congregation.”

Adding, “The welfare van is a vehicle which is deployed in support of officers and staff on the front line when they are employed on extended duties as part of a large operation or in response to significant events requiring extended scene preservations.

This will ensure that the money donated by the community reaches and benefits our officers and staff on the front line who are at the forefront of policing Covid-19.”

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