KKF Batamaloo thanks people, authorities
Srinagar: Hazrat Sheikh Dawood (RA) Batamaloo, Khidmat Khalaq Foundation, Firdousabad, at a meeting held Monday with Alama Jalal-ud-Din Bangroo in chair, expressed happiness and satisfaction over the successful conduct and conclusion of Seerat Conference.
The members on the occasion thanked all the people who participated in the Millad procession. They also thanked the Ulema who spoke on the occasion.
Besides, the Foundation has also thanked the police department, traffic police department, water works department, director Doorsarshan, Director Radio Kashmir, SMC Commissioner, Ward officer Batamaloo, private channels, president Intizamia Committee Hazrat Dawood Colony, Batamaloo Manzoor Ahmad Bhat for their support and cooperation in making the Conference successful.
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