Murad meets with ulema to finalise Rabiul Awwal arrangements


Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah met here with leading Ulemas to discuss and finalise the arrangements of forthcoming Rabiul Awal processions.
The meeting was held here at CM House on Saturday. The meeting was attended by provincial Minister Saeed Ghani, Advisor Law Murtaza Wahab, Special Assistant Waqar Mehdi, PSCM Sajid Jamal Abro, Administrator Karachi Iftikhar Shahalwani, Commissioner Karachi Sohail Rajput, MD Water Board, DIG Yousifzai.
The Ulema who attended the meeting include Mufti Muneeb Rehman, Pir Syed Muzaffar Shah, Mufti Nazeer Jaan Naeemi, Allama Ashraf Gormani, Shah Abdul Haq Qadri, Maulana Saleem Attari, delegation of Jamaat Ahle Sunnat led by Haji Hanif Tayab, three-member delegation of Nizame Mustafa Party led by Shabir Qazi.
Chief Minister Shah said that Holy Prophet Peace Be Upon Him taught us the lesson of brotherhood, tolerance and respect for others. “On the eve of 12-Rabiul Awal, we must spread the message of love, fraternity, brotherhood and respect for each other,” he said.
The Chief Minister lauded the efforts of the ulemas of different school of thought for strengthening sectarian harmony and brotherhood in the province.
The chief minister said that he has already given instructions to the administration to provide all the necessary facilities along the route of Rabiul Awal processions all over the province.
“I have also given instruction to K-Electric and other power distribution companies to ensure power supply on the eve of Rabiul Awam processions and mahafils,” he said.

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