Hyderabad: The United Muslims Forum (TS-AP) here on Saturday urged Muslim Community to turn mosques into Educational, Welfare, and Training centers rather than restricting mosques to worship.
Muslims were also emphasized to aware the other communities about the real message of Islam on the occassion of Mild-Un-Nabi will be celebrated on September 28.
A meeting headed by Maulana Mufti Syed Sadiq Mohiuddin Faheem, president United Muslim Forum was held to discuss over the certain issues.
They said that anti-Muslims and anti-Islamic media coverage was deeply hurt the community people. However, they asked all Muslim to present the true vision of Islam on Milad occasion.
“We strongly condemn aginst th anti-Islamic media coverage apparantly to tarnish the image of the Islam and its followers with baseless and fabricated stories. So, we want Muslims to aware other communities on the occassion of Milad-Un-Nabi. We also want them not to restrict mosques to worship, but turn them into educational, welfare, and training centres,” discussed UMF members in the meeting held in Hyderabad.
They said that over 75 lakh representations were made to Law Commission against the proposed Uniform Civil Code in the country.
“Apart from Muslim other communities Sikh, Christian, Tribals, and Dalit also submitted their proposals to Law Commission of India,”
Moreover, United Muslim Forum (UMF) agreed to hold talks with Ulemas and senior advocates regarding unnecessary pending cases with regard to Sharia Matters in different courts.
Maulana Khaled Saifullah Rahmani, Maulana Akber Nizamuddin, Syed Muneer Uddin Muqtar and others were present in the meeting.
The United Muslim Forum (UMF), Telangana and Andhra Pradesh appealed people to enroll their names in voter list is registered online or at the centres set up at some places.
“Do not miss out Voter Registration process which is on and only few days left. Those who do not have names in the list, make it sure forthwith,” appealed, UMF.