A memorial reference was held yesterday under the banner of MQI in the memory of renowned researcher, teacher and religious scholar Shaykh-ul-Hadith Allama Muhammad Miraj-ul-Islam. Addressing the memorial reference, Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, the founding leader of MQI, said that knowledge-friendly and knowledge-creating personalities are the special blessings of Allah on earth. He said that Allama Miraj-ul-Islam was one of such rare personalities.
Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League has started AL-Hidayah project to spread the learning of Quran among the women. In this regard, while addressing the inaugural ceremony held in regional office of Defense, Chief Guest Ms. Fizza Hussain Qadri said that the biggest cause of the increasing extremism is the distance from the Quranic teachings. She added that it was unavoidable need of contemporary era to concentrate on the religious training and education of women to promote the Islamic values and traditions and to establish peaceful society.
PAT (Labor wing) organized a seminar to observe the global day of laborers. The speakers while addressing the seminar said that despite 70 years had passed, the economic and social condition of laborers has not changed. The capitalistic system has forced the 190 million people to live the life of slaves.
A mass marriage ceremony was held at the central secretariat under the banner of Minhaj Welfare Foundation. President of MQI Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri presided over the event. In today’s mass marriage ceremony, 23 couples entered into matrimonial alliance. Dower to the tune of 175,000 was given to each bride besides arrangement of feast for 700 guests. The brides and grooms were welcomed traditionally.
The prize distribution ceremony of inter-school scholarship tests was held on May 14 by Minhaj Interfaith & Welfare Foundation Pulwama. The inter-school contest was held at various schools in Pulwama and close to 1000 students participated in it. The ceremony was presided over by Abdul Rasheed (President MQII J&K), along with Ghulam Razik of Baroda, Gujarat who is a famous educationist and philanthropist and was a chief guest at the occasion.