Kuwait: KCF holds International Meelad Conference in Kuwait

Hussain Naushad

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Kuwait, Jan 5: Hundreds of Non-resident Indians and dozens of dignitaries from coastal Karnataka and Kerala took part in the ‘International Meelad Conference’ organised the Kuwait chapter of Karnataka Cultural Forum at Indian Central School, Abbasiya here on New Year day.
AP Aboobakar Musliyar, the General Secretary of All India Ulema Federation, said that KCF, Kuwait is marching in the path of victory. After the last year’s Karnataka Yatra, the organisation has been further strengthened, he opined.
Addressing the gathering Karnataka Health and Family Welfare Minister U T Khader said advised the office bearers of KCF, Kuwait to continue their philanthropic and religious activities ignoring criticism. “One should ignore criticism and continue good works to achieve success,” he said.

Umar Zuhuri, convenor, KCF, Kuwait, spoke on the future projects of the organisation. As part of the philanthropic projects of KCF, he assured Mr Khader to donate kidney dialysis centres to hospitals in Mangaluru.
On the occasion an educational assistance programme was launched through adopting poor and orphan children back home in India. He said that teams will be formed to donate bloods in all hospitals in Mangaluru.

Renovation of old Masjids and Madrasas in northern districts of Karnataka and establishing marriage bank to help poor women to get marry are also among the future projects of KCF, he said.A K Srivastava, Second Secretary of Information, Press, and Culture at the Embassy of India in Kuwait, assured all possible support from Indian mission to the organisation and its activities. He also announced the registration of KCF Kuwait in Indian Embassy and handed over the registration letter to MSM Abdur Rasheed Zaini.
Inaugurating the event, Syed Khaleel Bukhari Thangal, said that Muslims should unite keeping aside internal differences and educated their future generations.

He also urged the people to strengthen our relationship with the creator and his final prophet through prayers and good deeds.
Talat Nakshabandi, a religious scholar from Pakistan, spoke on the occasion and appreciated the works of expatriate Indians.
Mahmoud Husain, a religious scholar from Australia, speaking on the occasion, said that programmes like Meelad conference would help increase our love towards the Prophet.

Muhammed Inami Savood Abdul Salam from Egypt recited the Maulood on the occasion.Habeeb Koya delivered presidential address. The conference commenced with a dua by renowned Sunni scholar Syed Habeb Bukhari Thangal. Ismaeel Sa’adi, the vice president of Sunni Students’ Federation (SSF) recited the verses of Quran. Mansoor, secretary, KCF, Kuwait, welcomed the guests and the audience. Syed Bafaqi Thangal also spoke. The programme was concluded with a dua by Aboobakar Musliyar.

Habeeb Koya led the felicitation programme. U T Khader, Master Nabeel and MSM Abdur Rasheed Zaini were honoured with the titles “proactive leader”, “Fida-e-Madeenah” and “Prabhashana Ratna” respectively.

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