Historical Public Meeting on Protection of Shariah on Nov. 13

Hyderabad, Nov 1: The public meeting on All India Tahaffuz-e-Shariat Conference will be held on November 13, after Maghrib prayer, at Numaish Ground. Leaders of Muslim parties of Bengal, Assam, UP, Bihar, Mumbai, Karnataka, Delhi including Muslim Personal Law Board, All India Milli Council, All India Muslim Majlis Mushavirat besides Muslim national leaders of Congress, Trinamool Congress Bengal, Samajwadi, TRS, Janata Dal (S), Muslim MPs and MLAs will attend the meeting.
Scholars of Jamat-e-Islami, Jamiat Ulama, Sunni Ulama Board, Jamiat Ahl-e-Hadeeth will also address the public meeting.
Source: Vishwas News



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