20 November 2018, Tue, 11:25

Cox’s Bazar district Jamaat leader and popular Upazila chairman G M Rahim Ullah dies; Jamaat Ameer condoles

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Cox’s Bazar district secretary and Cox’s Bazar Sadar Upazila Chairman G M Rahim Ullah died of cardiac arrest this afternoon. He was 56. Innalillahi Wa Inna Ilaihi Rajiun. He has left his wife, one son, 4 daughters and many relatives.

Message of condolence

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Ameer Maqbul Ahmad has issued the following message of condolence on 20 November 2018 at the death of G M Rahim Ullah.

In the condolence message, Jamaat Ameer stated that, late G M Rahim Ullah was a dedicated man for the Islamic movement. He had played a significant role for the advancement of the organizational activities of Jamaat-e-Islami. As an elected public representative, he conducted lots of development and welfare activities. He was a popular leader and performed decisive role in all the democratic and anti-autocracy movement.

May Allah forgive and bless G M Rahim Ullah. May Allah provide him due security. May Allah accept him as His distinguished guests and expand his grave. May Allah turn all his vices into pieties. May Allah accept all his noble deeds to bless him with Jannah.

Jamaat Ameer also extended his sympathy to his mournful families and prayed for them so that they endure the shock of this painful moment.

Chittagong and Cox’s Bazar Jamaat leaders express condolence

Chittagong city Jamaat Ameer Muhammad Shahjahan and Secretary Nazrul Islam and Cox’s Bazar district Jamaat Ameer Maulana Mostafizur Rahman have issued a joint message of condolence on 20 November 2018 expressing deep shock at the death of G M Rahim Ullah.

In their message, Jamaat leaders stated that, “we have lost a devoted colleague at the death of G M Rahim Ullah. We are suffering from the pain of losing our dearest one. It is a great loss indeed. May Allah accept all his noble deeds.

Jamaat leaders also extended their sympathy to his mournful family and relatives and prayed for them so they can bear the pain of this irreparable loss.