JKMPLB fixes Rs 30 as Sadqa Fitr
Revelation of Quran conference on Aug 21
Srinagar, Aug 14: J&K Muslim Personal Law Board has asked the Muslims to pay Rs 30 as Sadqa Fitr during the holy month of Ramadan keeping in view the present rates of one kg and 760 grams of rice.
In a meeting of Board chaired by Mufti Azam J&K, Moulana Mufti Bashir-ud-Din Ahmed, the participants also decided that the conference of revelation of Quran shall be held on August 21 at Sri Pratap College and all the lovers of Islam are invited to attend it.
“This (Sadqa Fitr) money should reach the deserving and destitute so that they too join others well off families in Eid celebrations.”
Among other dignitaries, the meeting was attended by renowned writer and novelist, Khwaja Renzushah.
Social evils which include moral degradation, drinking, and other ill acts were focus of the meeting and the participants expressed their deep concern over the derailment of a section of youth from human values and traditions.
It was impressed upon one and all to strictly adhere to the principles of Islam, cherished by our revered Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and his followers. The speakers called for implementation of Sharia in the courts and also in the society for its betterment.
Since India is a big democracy of the world, there is complete religious freedom and every individual can practice the rules and regulations of his religion and can live a peaceful and dignified life, the speakers added.
Referring to the topic of conference being held on August 21 the meeting was told that there is dire need of adherence of Quranic teachings and every effort should be made to popularize these teachings.
Calling youth a very important component of the society, the speakers emphasized for inculcating the spirit of unity, integrity, discipline and above all moral education among them.
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