Charity work continues despite MCO

Much needed aid: Asna (centre) handing over household items to a recipient of the Gerobok Rezeki programme.

SEREMBAN: Every year, Mohd Asna Amin looks forward to the arrival of Ramadan as he and his family would join a congregation of 1,400 Muslims to pray and do charity for 30 days at Masjid Qariah Ibnu Khaldun at Taman Lavender Heights here.Asna, who is also the mosque’s chairman, said praying and doing charity with his Muslim brethren during the period was a feeling he could not describe.

“But sadly, after all these years, my family and I will not be able to celebrate Ramadan due to the Covid-19 outbreak, ” said the 41-year-old father of 10.

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