“Involve the Muslim Youth towards building a better India”- Qadri

New Delhi, 12 Aug 2018: For the first time in the country, Muslim students have come together towards strengthening the National Security Policy with an appeal towards becoming an essential part of the policy itself.  If the Indian government is still unaware of the grave levels of evil influence that the Wahhabi community is casting on the world then active Muslim youth can aid India in this matter. This issue emerged today in a one-day national conference organized by the Muslim Students Organization of India, the largest Muslim student organization in India, at the Constitution Club in Delhi.

Addressing the young Muslim generation, Syed Muhammad Qadri, the chief speaker and former president of the organization, said that India is a pluralistic country and youth can play the most important role in maintaining its unity. This environment is being created in the country most of the time that Indian Muslims are not responsible citizens, whereas our claim is that the inclusion of Muslims in the national security policy will be an accurate assessment of the role of Muslim youth towards national unity. He said that we can take many evolutionary steps regarding the country’s development, progress, security and sustainability. We are proud that this work is being done very responsibly in our 38 year old organization. Syed Muhammad Qadri appealed to the present youth to compete with the weakening forces of the country and not to be left behind in sacrificing their lives for the stability of India as Muslims in the 90-year revolution that lasted from 1857 to 1947 There are innumerable stories of sacrifice and it is the Sunnah of our elders.

On this occasion, Mufti Ashfaq Hussain Qadri, President of Tanzeem Ulama-E-Islam and President of the Assembly said that freedom and responsibility are two flowers of the same plant. We should not forget that unregulated freedom falls in danger with irresponsibility. Hussain tried to convince the youth in the context of the Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SalAllahoAlaihiWasallam) and the Quran that the name of love and responsibility for the country is the love of the nation. Mufti Ashfaq Hussain said that the country and the world are serious threats to Wahhabi ideology and the so-called Islamic terrorism is the adverse consequence of this Wahhabi policy. If the Indian government wants to understand, we can help them but at least Muslims should learned to walk with them first. He said that the love of Muslims increases with the country while it gets a share in the policy. Participation in the policy should be considered bigger than participation in power because the policy is regulated frequently. Mufti Ashfaq Hussain also reminded the audience of how Hazrat Hussain had sacrificed his holy life to protect humanity which would always inspire us to serve the nation and humanity.

Mufti Khalid Ayoub Misbahi, former president of the Muslim Students Organization of India, said that it is necessary to motivate the youth to save, develop and develop important elements for the protection of the country. It should be made sure that youth is trained to understand ideologies, concepts and occurrences that lead to a weakened country. In order to deal with this challenge in a glorious way, our organization must impart training and education to the youth to understand and deal with Wahhabi ideology. In many successful experiments, we have discharged our duty towards the nation by taking help from the ideology of Sufism towards many fundamentalist elements.

Shahnawaz Ahmad Malik Warsi of the Aligarh Muslim University Kerala Center said that the challenges facing human rights and social justice in the country are being taken seriously in society. Making Muslims and Dalit Community an unnecessary target of hatred and communalism is a matter of concern. Considering this seriously, efforts should be made to maintain social harmony and to discuss Sufi spiritual experiments designed for this purpose. We are proud that the idea of ​​Indian spiritual social harmony among the people of many faith, religion and ethnicity has been made public and we should constantly strive for its development, upliftment and expansion; MSO has done numerous programs for interfaith conferences and symposiums and will continue to be done in the future.

The convener of the conference and editor of Kanzul Iman Maulana Zafruddin Barkati said that the nature of India is rooted in unity in diversity. Therefore, the challenge of communal elements in front of the country cannot be underestimated. Every community should deal with it, in which the best is the Sufi ideology among Muslims.

Ambar Misbahi said that we need inter-social programs for accountability towards the country because there is ignorance in the country, exchange of contaminated and unreal information is peaking up. He emphasized on better use of technology and to use it to strengthen society, country and itself.

Shujaat Ali Qadri, president of the Muslim Students Organization of India, said that India in itself is a large community which cannot be described in terms of a single color, language and creed. We believe that the Indian Muslim youth in which majority belongs to the Sufi community, have undying love and respect towards the country.

He said that Muslims can be brought together with employment and skill training. On this occasion, on the basis of a random survey, Shujaat Qadri asked many questions from the youth, in response to which he drafted a six-point report which would later be sent to the post of the Government of India.

Six point report

On this occasion, the Muslim Students Organization of India presented a six-point report for the people present in the meeting, in the direction of youth on the issues related to the security of the country, social justice, terrorism and fundamentalism, employment and skill management, social programs and environment. Instructions were given. This report was read to the people present on this occasion. All present appreciated the report directing  the role of Muslim Sufi youth in the country’s policy and appealed to the Indian government to implement it.

Those present in the conference included Qari Sageer Rizvi, Maulana Abdul Wahid, Dr. Imran Qureshi, MSO Delhi State Secretary Saqib Barkati, Mumtaz Attari, as well as students from Delhi University, Jamia Milia Islamia, Jawaharlal Nehru University were also present in the meeting and prayed for the goodwill of the country.


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