Siraj-ul-Haq condoles with families of Maulana Adil, Mufti Zarwali


Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Senator Siraj-ul-Haq, on Wednesday condoled with son of Maulana Dr. Adil Khan Shaheed, Vice Chancellor of Farooqia University, Mufti Muhammad Anas Adil Khan, and son of Shaykh-ul-Hadith Maulana Mufti Muhammad Zar Wali Khan Anwar Shah and expressed his condolences. Ameer JI Sindh Muhammad Hussain Mehanti, Ameer Karachi Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman, Deputy Ameer Muhammad Ishaq Khan and others were also present. Speaking on the occasion, Senator Siraj-ul-Haq said that the martyrdom of Maulana Dr Adil Khan was no less than a tragedy, he was a role model for those who work with faith, patriotism, honesty and integrity, he set a great example of honesty and integrity. He raised the word of truth all his life and was martyred for it. Maulana Dr. Adil Khan Shaheed spent his whole life in teaching and learning the knowledge of Qur’an and Sunnah. He was a symbol of constant struggle and never compromised. “We all have an ideological connection and are like an ideological family. Students of the martyr can now keep their burning candles lit,” he added. Siraj-ul-Haq said that Zar Wali Khan was the capital of knowledge, he devoted his entire life to religion, the services of the late for the teaching of religion are enviable, the late spent his entire life in the teaching of Qal Allah WaQal Rasool He struggled till his last breath for religious schools and teachings. His personality was a metaphor of truthfulness and integrity. His ideological commitment was unparalleled. In addition, Siraj-ul-Haq while addressing a condolence reference held in the memory of Hafiz Talha Islam Shaheed, son of Nazim Noor-ul-Islam and Jamaat activist under Jamaat-e-Islami Orangi, said that death is a reality and everyone has to taste death. He further said that Pakistan is also based on an ideology and Jamaat-e-Islami will protect this ideology.

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