Hyderabad 10 August (Rahnuma) We were taught in our schools that helping the needy will bring us close to god. Mohammed Sujatullah, a pharmacy student from Hyderabad is a living example of this.
The young man aged 25 who was a pharm D student at Sultan Uloom had been going through tough times given his failure to pass in a few subjects which blocked him from completing his degree. In view of these circumstances, Mr. MohdSujathullah vowed to feed the poor in return for God’s help. As God gave good on his promise, Sujatullah unstintingly arrived at the Niloufer hospital with 25 kgs of cooked Upma which was prepared in pure ghee and is estimated to be enough to feed 1000 people. The response that Sujatullah saw from the people gave him a clearer idea about how many people in our Metro city are suffering from hunger.
In a city where millions come every year from other cities and countries to study and work, Sujatullah saw how many go hungry through the day. In the light of this, the youngster registered the NGO Humanity First Organisation which has been feeding people outside hospitals for 1000 days till date. Sujathullah has never missed a single day and has tirelessly been feeding people with the kindness of his heart.
Sujatullah, who is the son of a famous retired School teacher lives in a large joint family which has eased his efforts of collecting donations as he receives donations from his uncles, aunts, cousins, friends etc who are very supportive of him.
“My family has been very supportive in this and hence I am able to continue. It gives me immense happiness that with God’s grace we continued this program unhindered for more than 1000 days at Niloufer Hospital. I sincerely thank my family, friends and generous donors and my gracious supporters for your prayers and support in this journey” Sujathullah quoted.
Sujathullah says that the idea behind serving breakfast is that people can go about their work throughout the day knowing that they had a hearty breakfast. So, the youngster’s inspiring journey starts at morning 8 am when he arrives at the maternity hospital, Koti. Later he provides food at Niloufer Hospital at around 8:30 am before reaching his final destination at NIMS, Panjagutta.
In a world where people are seen discriminating each other on the basis of religion, caste race, etc this young boy from a middle-class Muslim family has found a way to bring everyone together with a single goal of feeding the needy and the helpless. We must strive to be more like Sujathullah and be kinder and helpful to others.