Tag: Shab e Barat

2K Bikers Challaned in Delhi during Shab e Barat

[New Delhi]2K Bikers Challaned in Delhi during Shab e Barat
As many as 2,029 persons were challaned by the city traffic police for riding without helmets during Shab-e-Barat. Shab-e-Barat, also known as the ‘night of forgiveness’, was observed by various Muslim communities last night. The police also challaned 739 persons for triple riding on the day
The Delhi Police had put heavy security arrangements in place to prevent stunt biking and facilitate people offering prayers on the occasion.
The area around India Gate was out of bounds for two wheelers. Police pickets were deployed to prevent stunt biking by youngsters,

PM Assures Employment and Development Instead of Dirty Game Of Minority And Majority

[New Delhi]PM Reiterated His Govt’s Stand Of Employment and Development Instead of Games Of Minority And Majority In The Country PM Was Interacting With Muslim Leaders Today
A Group Of 30 Leading Muslim Delegates Called On PM Narendra Modi
A delegation of 30 leaders from the Muslim community, led by Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi, called on the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi today.
Interacting with the leaders, the Prime Minister said he neither believes in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines, nor will he ever speak communal language. He said the politics of majority and minority had caused a lot of damage to the country. He said employment and development are the solution to all problems, and he is focused on delivering them.
The Prime Minister spoke of the initiatives in skill development taken by the Union Government, and the work done by him as Chief Minister of Gujarat in fields such as education of the girl child, and revival of the kite industry.
The Prime Minister appreciated the gesture of the leaders, to take time out to meet him, even on the busy festive occasion of Shab-e-Barat.
The Delegation members appreciated the Prime Minister’s leadership over the last one year, and said they wanted to forge a partnership for progress and development with the Prime Minister. They said that the Muslim community had rejected the divisive politics of vote-banks, and was interested in development.
The leaders congratulated the Prime Minister for his vision of Muslim youth with a Quran in one hand and a computer in the other. They also congratulated him for the country’s success in the adoption of the International Day of Yoga, by the United Nations.
The Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs, Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, and the National Security Advisor, Shri Ajit Doval, were present on the occasion.
The delegation included:
1. Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi Chief Imam, All India Imam Organization2. Dr. Khwaja Iftekhar AhmedPresident, Quami Majlis-e-Shoora 3. Qari Mohd. Mian MazhariChairman, Islamic Council of India 4. Moulana Mohd. Haroon Imam – Khateeb Jama Masjid, Race Course 5. Moulana Bilal Ahmed Member, Shoora Tableeg-e-Jamaat Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya 6. Moulana Mohd. Yunus Imam – Dargaah Sharif Ajmer 7. Moulna NasirudeenShahi Imam, Jama Masjid Kaithal 8. Moulana Mohammad IkramImam – Khateeb Jama Masjid Bangalore 9. Moulana Burhan Ahmed QasmiShahi Imam – Jama Masjid Jaipur 10. Moulana Allama Zafar JanakpuriShahi Imam – Muballig – e – Azam 11. Moulana Ayub Ali Imam – Masjid Shahjahan Ajmer 12. Moulana Zakir Hussain Tableeg -e- Jamat 13. Moulana Abdul Majeed Shahi Imam-Khateeb Jama Masjid Cantt 14. Moulna Qari Abdul Lateef Imam – Masjid Sarai Kale khan Mohatmim Madarsa Faizia Miftahul Quran 15. Moulana Ilyas Bharatpuri Imam-Khateeb Mohatmim Madarsa Mariful Quran, Delhi
16. Moulna Mufti Zulfikar President, Tanzeem-Aimma – Masajid, Uttar Pradesh 17. Moulna Lukman Tarapuri Imam – Jama Masjid Anand, Gujarat 18. Moulana Aamir Imam-Khateeb Jama Masjid, Meerut 19. Dr. Parvez Ahmed Son of Late Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, Ex-President of India, World Renowned Heart Specialist 20. Dr. Asgar Ali KhanAdvocate, High Court, Delhi 21. Dr. Firoz Ahmed Bakht
Grand Nephew of Moulana Abul Kalam Azad 22. Dr. Aslam Parvez AhmedPrincipal – Zakir Hussain College 23. Prof. Qazi Obaid Ur RehmanJamia Milia Islamia 24. Moulana Ashgar AliShahi Imam, Patna 25. Mohd. KasimJournalist 26. Moulana Bilal Ahmed Bijroulvi
Mohatmin Madarsa Jamia Arabia 27. Moulana Usman Gani QadriPresident, Amin – e – Shariat, Gujarat 28. Prof. Abdul Haleem Khan
Chairman – Girls College, Indore 29. Moulana Kalbey RushaidShia aalim e Deen 30. Moulana mufti Afroz Alam QasmiQazi Chairman – Markaji Milli Foundation
Photo caption
A delegation from the Muslim community, led by Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi calling on the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, in New Delhi on June 02, 2015.
The Minister of State for Minority Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs, Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and the National Security Adviser, Shri Ajit Doval are also seen.