Al-Hamdan organises final Natiya competition
Scholars, ulema participate in seerat conference
Srinagar, Aug 21: A large number of people attended the final Natiya competition on Sunday at SKICC here.
The function was organized by the Al-Hamdan Trust and students of various colleges, schools and youth participated in the Natiya competition.
A large number of religious scholars, intelligentsia, imams of various mosques and shrines including Mufti Azam, Mufti Bashir-ud-Din Farooqi, (Retd) Justice Bashir Ahmad Kirmani, Khawja Farooq Renzushah, Vice Chancellor Central University, Prof. Waheed Qureshi, Head of Minhaji-Islam Kashmir,Alama Moulana Mohi-ud-Din Naqeeb, Prof. Nisar Ahmad from Kashmir University and Sajad Ishbari participated in the function.
On the occasion, Mufti Bashir-ud-Din appreciated the trust for organizing the Naath competition saying that this effort would undoubtedly inculcate moral values among the youth. He enjoined upon the youth to desist from vulgarity and drug-addiction.
Justice Kirmani highlighted the importance of organizing Naat competitions and stated that need of the hour was to eradicate evils prevailing in the society.
Farooq Renzushah while lauding the Al-Hamdan Trust for holding such an impressive Naat competition urged the need to create awareness among the youth about moral and religious values. He called for coordinated efforts to eradicate social evils and stressed for inculcating religious knowledge alongside modern education among the youth to build a clean society which shall be free from evils. “Such events improve power of competition besides enhancing knowledge among youth,” he added.
Moulana Naqeeb in his remarks praised all such ventures aimed at imbibing moral and spiritual values among the people especially youth. Prof. Waheed said such competitions involve the youth in society building and inculcate moral values among them
Irfan Elahi of Baramulla bagged the first position, Itrat Fatima of Government girls Higher Secondary School Brain 2nd position and Muhammad Dannish of Pampore 3rd position respectively
In all about 111 students received honorary awards.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 21 Aug 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 21 Aug 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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