Sheikh Muhammad Hassan re-elected as Amir-e-Jama’at
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar: Sheikh Muhammad Hassan was on Wednesday re-elected as Amir of Jama’at Islami Jammu and Kashmir--- a 65-year old religio-political organization of state.
Hassan, 70, was re-elected for three years by the electoral college of Jama’at comprising 87 representatives, representing about 3000 basic members. He secured 55 out 84 votes. Three representatives were not present. It took Jama’at two months to conclude the process of election of its Amir.
Hassan, BA, B Ed, who hails from Tarigam in Kulgam district. is a noted religious scholar. He has worked on different posts in the organization, including Amir of Islamabad district and secretary to Amir Jama’at.
The other central office-bearers of the organization will be nominated by the Amir-e-Jama’at himself.
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