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Saturday, April 10, 2010 02:32:15 AM, Pervez Bari, ummid.com
Bhopal: Preparations are afoot on a war footing for the convention of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, (JUH), Mahmood Madani faction, to be held here at the historic Iqbal Maidan on April 10. The walled city is plastered with banners, hoardings and posters declaring the hosting of the convention and exhorting people to attend it in large numbers.
Addressing a Press conference here the moving spirit Haji Mohammad Haroon, who is the general secretary JUH's Madhya Pradesh unit, said India can never become a developed state until and unless the Muslim community, which is an integral part of the nation, is brought into the mainstream so that it also enjoys the fruits of progress of the country.
Haji Haroon said the purpose of the convention is to discuss the burning issues confronting the Muslim community and its redressal. The problems of terrorism targeting Muslims, especially the youth, Reservation for Muslims in education and employment as per Jagannath Mishra Commission recommendations, quota within Women Reservation Bill for Muslim and marginalized women etc. would be raised at the convention.
JUH president (Mahmood faction) Maulana Qari Syed Mohammad Usman will preside over the convention. While its leader and MP Maulana Mahmood Madani would be the chief guest on the occasion. Clerics from all over the country would address the convention, Haji Haroon said.
Haji Haroon informed that JUH’s Working Committee meeting will be held on April 8 wherein 40 top Ulema of the country would participate. The Working Committee would deliberate over the burning Muslim problems and take appropriate decisions. While on April 9 and 10 a training camp would be organized for the JUH activists of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, he revealed.
JUH national general secretary Maulana Mohammad Hakimuddin Qasmi was present amongst others at the Press conference.
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