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Kannur KKMCC distributed 2014 Annual Pension fund for 50 families
August 6, 2014, 10:17 am

 Kannur District Committee of Kuwait Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre (KKMCC), a non-profit socio-cultural Organization in Kuwait distributed Annual Pension Fund for about 50 under privileged families hailing from Kannur’s 13 Mandalam. The event was held at Bamboo stadium, Taliparamba, Kannur and Iftar Sanghamam was also hosted. The event was presided by Ibrahim Thiruvattoor, KKMCC Coordinator as well as Secretary of Kannur Dt. IUML, and inaugurated by Panakkad Sayid Rasheed Omar Ali Shihab Thangal, a young leader of thousands of Keralite Indian Muslims.

Sayid Nasir Thangal, KMCC National Committee Chairman was the guest of honor who inaugurated the Pension distribution followed by Advocate Sayid Mohamed Nizar, the Legal Advisor of Kannur KKMCC (both in Kuwait and in India). Kannur KKMCC committee is known for their various philanthropic works already carried out recently, and this is the 5th consecutive year distributing the Annual pension fund. A large crowd witnessed the event. The donation amount of one lakh rupees was received by the family of Late Al- Haj Sayid Ahamed Al Mashoor Pookoya Thangal also distributed during the event.

Leaders from Indian Union Muslim League, the second biggest political Party in Kerala State also attended the event; IUML Vice President V.P. Abdul Kader Moulavi, Kannur Municipal Vice Chairman Sameer, K.V. Kunhamad Master, Kannur KKMCC Secretary Nasir, V.P. Bamban, (Khadi board Chairman), Basheer Batha, (General secretary KKMCC National Committee) Ismail Bevincha, (Secretary KKMCC National Committee) M.R. Nasir, and Faisal Bin Mahmoud.

Vote of thanks was expressed by KKMCC Kannur Media cell Coordinator Hamza abu shabeel, who also praised Dr. Sayyid Ghalib Thangal, The President of KANNUR KKMCC as well as Advisor for the National Committee for his role on the philanthropic activities, and for his charismatic vision towards the betterment of the minorities an and uplifting them in India. 

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