Fulfilling their late father’s final want, two Hindu sisters donated 4 bighas price over Rs 1.5 crore to an Eidgah right here, a gesture that touched Muslims a lot that they provided prayers for the useless man on Eid.
Kashipur is a small city in Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand and the gesture by the sisters received reward, at a time when reviews of communal tensions are coming in from components of the nation.
Brajnandan Prasad Rastogi, who died 20 years in the past, had confided to his shut kin that he wished to donate 4 bighas of his agricultural land to an Eidgah for its growth.
Earlier than he may share his final want together with his kids, he died in January 2003.
His two daughters Saroj and Anita, who reside in Delhi and Meerut, got here to find out about their father’s final want via kin lately.
They instantly contacted their brother Rakesh Rastogi, who lives in Kashipur, to hunt his consent for it and he agreed readily.
“Honouring father’s final want was our obligation. My sisters have achieved one thing which is able to make his soul relaxation in peace,” Rakesh Rastogi mentioned when contacted.
“The 2 sisters are a residing instance of communal unity. The Eidgah committee expresses its gratitude to them for the sort gesture. The 2 sisters will quickly be felicitated for what they’ve achieved,” Hasin Khan of the Eidgah committee mentioned.
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