MPLB HOLDS SEERAT CONFERENCE
Srinagar, Oct 9: Muslim Personnel Law Board held a Seerat conference at Baranpather Batamaloo here on Sunday.
According to an official communiqué, the conference, attended by many Ulemas and thousands of people, was organized by Moulana Sharief-ud-Din Bukhari.
Mufti Azam, Mufti Bashir-ud-Din who presided over the function highlighted the contribution of great Sufis, Saints and Awliyaie Kirams who have enlightened the Valley of Kashmir through their moral teachings.
Mirwaiz Central Kashmir, Moulana Alama Latief Ahmad, Chairman, Bulbulshah Trust, Khawaja Farooq Renzushah, Sajad-e-Nashin, Ziyarat Hazrat Mukhdoom Sahab, Peerzada Moulana Shahid Gilani, Moulana Toib Kamali, Qureshi Ex-DG, Finance, Moulana Abdul Qadir Jan besides other prominent religious personalities were present on the occasion.
Sharief-ud-Din said that large participation of the people in such prestigious and pious Seerat conferences are the indication of the fact that people of this valley maintain the same respect and honour for such conferences which was inherited in their blood for last seven centuries.
A book was also released on the occasion by Mufti Azam Mufti Bashir-ud-Din and Khawaja Farooq Renzushah.
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