New Delhi: Jamaat Chief Maulana Saad on Tuesday issues a letter whereby he has appealed to the cured people, especially Jamaat workers, to come forward and donate blood plasma to help others fight against coronavirus.
In the letter issued, he states that he along with some members of the organization are self-quarantined.
“It is required that such people who are now cured of this disease should donate blood plasma to others who are still fighting the disease and are under treatment,” he added.
Saad urged the the Muslim community and Jamaat workers to lend a helping hand and donate blood.
He said, “It is my humble request to all Muslims and especially da’wah workers who receive this message, to come forward and show this act of kindness to humanity, and help the society and government by donating blood plasma to a sick person only for the sake of Allah’s pleasure.”
After the Markaz event, he had gone into hiding and several sections of offences have been charged against the cleric.
The Health Ministry has revealed that over 30% of the total COVID-19 cases in India were related to the Markaz. Several states like Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Assam, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh have cases majorly due to attendees of the event and the people they came in contact with.