Srinagar April 02 : A delegation of ulemas from Baramulla, led by” Save Youth Save Future” Foundation Chairman Wajahat Farooq Bhat and President “SYSF” South Kashmir Mudasir Ahmed Dar, met Jammu and Kashmir Waqf Board Chairperson Dr Darakshan Andrabi to discuss the welfare of people and promotion of Sufism.
During the meeting, the delegation raised various demands and suggestions, including the establishment of schools, colleges, and hospitals for the welfare of people with the help of J&K Waqaf Board.
The delegation consisted of Mufti Tariq Ahmed Misbahi, Mufti Qamar-Ud-Din Owaisi, President Daruloom Qurashia Sheeri Baramulla Farooq Ahmed Bhat, President Daruloom Tahirat Azhar Ud Din Farooqi, Moulana Qari Yasir Ahmed, Chairman Idare Tehqeet Imam Ahmed Raza Khurseed Ahmed Shah, Secretary Janbaz Academy Ghulam Hassan Najar, Madrasa Haya Alal Fala Hudpora Baramulla, and other representatives from different madrasas from across the district Baramulla.
The Ulimas of Ahel Sunnat Wal Jammat congratulated Dr. Darakhshan Andrabi for the steps taken by the Waqf Board recently, including the 20 Rakat Taraweeh, Dua Subh in mosques, and transparency and accountability in the current Waqf Board.
They also requested that Sufism should be promoted and encouraged.
Dr. Darakhshan Andrabi gave a patient hearing to the delegation and assured them that all genuine demands would be addressed in a time-bound manner.She appreciated the efforts of “Save Youth Save Future” and the Ulimas in promoting the welfare of people and promoting Sufism.
“Save Youth Save Future” Foundation Chairman Wajahat Farooq Bhat said, “We are committed to the welfare of people and the promotion of Sufism.
He added, We are grateful to Dr Darakhshan Andrabi for her patient hearing and her assurance to address our demands.”
The “Save Youth Save Future” organization, in collaboration with a delegation of Ulimas from Baramulla, is dedicated to the welfare of people and the promotion of Sufism. The organization expresses its gratitude towards Dr Darakhshan Andrabi for her patient hearing and her assurance to address their demands. (KNS)