Muslim Students Organization of India will be holding a discussion inviting Sufi youth to deliberate over their responsibility towards the country on August 12 at the Constitution Club of India, New Delhi.
The Conference will be organized by the Muslim Students Organization of India, ie MSO, on Sunday August 12, in which the younger generations of Sufis have been invited in order to motivate them, towards playing a crucial role in the country’s development. Apart from the officials of the organization from across the country, the youth wing has been invited to participate and contribute their bit to the conference.
In the interaction with journalists, Maulana Muhammad Zafruddin Barkati, convener of the conference said that the Chief Speaker of the conference, Syed Muhammad Qadri, the keynote speaker and founder president of Tanzeem, will also be part of the conference. Mufti Ashfaq Hussain Qadri will deliver his views at the program. After this, an open hour will be conducted wherein opinions will be taken from the people present for the conference and they shall be formulated into a coherent proposal and sent to the Government of India as a contribution from the Sufis of India.
Barkati said that in this program which is to be organized at the Constitution Club of India in the capital, mainly six points will be elaborated. As the keynote speaker, Syed Muhammad Qadri will give a statement on the role and need of Sufis in defining the responsibilities of the youth of the country, national security and terrorism and fundamentalism. As the President, Mufti Ashfaq Hussain Qadri will discuss the ideology for making the youth responsible for the country through understanding, employment and skill training of human rights. On this occasion, a memorandum will be prepared in the name of the government of India owing to the opinion of all the people, and that in the eradication of fundamentalism and terrorism, young people especially Muslim youth can have a very important role.
Many prominent Sufi thinkers will grace the meeting to present suggestions for improving the current political conditions, which the Muslim Students Organization of India (i.e., MSO) will attempt to incorporate into the framework of its program. The President of the Muslim Students Organization of India, i.e., the MSO, will make sure to state the fact that its successful conduct over 25 locations in the country on this Independence Day implies that it is necessary to partake in the making of a nationwide role in establishing patriotism in the mind of the youth.
Apart from the capital Delhi, youth from Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Gujarat and many Union Territories will also be participating in the conference.