Milad (SAW) conference held in City
Srinagar, June 12: A one-day Milad-un-Nabi (SAW) conference organised by Idara Auqaf Gousia, Saria Payeen Srinagar, was held at HS High Street Chowk here today.
The conference started with ‘ Maulood Masood.’
Led by renowned scholar Moulana Gulam Mohi-ud- Din Naqeeb, in which thousands of people participated.
Special prayers were held during Moulood Masood for the prosperity of the State.
In second session, the conference was presided over by Amir-i Karwani Islami, Moulana Ghulam Rasool Hami at Hari Singh High Street Chowk.
Scholars Moulana Shouqat Hussain Keng, Moulana Wali Muhammad Rizvi, Moulana Ghulam Jeelani, Moulana Mushtaq Ahmed Khan, Moulana Fayaz Ahmed Rizvi, Moulana Qazi Abdul Qoyum, Moulana Riyaz-ul- Haq and Alama Moulana Mufti Mujahid-ul- Islam of outside State addressed the conference.
The scholars highlighted various aspects of seerat-un- Nabi (SAW) and appealed Muslim Uma to strictly act upon the directions of Allah and His last prophet Mohammad (SAW).
They said that Jammu and Kashmir has always remained abode of saints Rishis and peers.
Speaking about the role of Amir-i-Kabir Mir Syed Ali Hamdani, Hazrat Abdul Rehman Bulbul, Hazrat Sheikh Noor-ud-Din Wali, Hazrat Sheikh Hamza Makhdoomi, Hazrat Baba Zain-ud-Din Wali and other religious personalities in propagating Islam, the scholars said that they sacrificed everything for unity and betterment of human beings and also for teachings the basic tenants of Islam.
In his welcome address, Chairman, Idara Auqaf Gousia, Mehraj Din expressed gratitude to the scholars and intellectuals who accepted the invitation to attend the conference.
He said that the Auqaf has opened ‘ Shafa Khana’ on no profit no loss basis for common people where pathological tests are conducted. He said that the Idara contemplates to expand the Shah Jeelan Library.
Later the conference was addressed by Patron, Karwani- Islami, Moulana, Ghulam Rasool Hami Sahib.
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