New Delhi: In order to address concerns over the current communal condition of the country in which weaker sections are being targeted and attempts have been made to corner them, Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind has decided to primarily focus on the need of Dalit-Muslim unity during its 33rd general session.
The 33rd general session – a mega gathering- is going to be held in Ajmer, Rajasthan on November 11, 12 & 13, 2016. Several renowned social activists, political leaders and intellectuals are expected to remain present during the three day program.
Through this session, Jamiat aims to forge unity among Dalit & Muslims and to reduce enmity between different sects of the Muslim community so that a united fight can be put forward.
Maulana Mahmood Madani, national general secretary of Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind while briefing about the programme, elaborated that issues like unreasonable interference of judiciary into the Muslim personal laws, prevention of sectarian enmity, protection of citizenship rights in Assam, message of peace in Islam, issue of terrorism and Dalit-Muslim unity will come up for discussion.
Maulana Madani said that the organization in its meeting of national executive and managing committee would pass resolutions on the said issues and would organize mass mega gathering in the concluding day at a ground that has capacity of nearly more than two lakh people.