State Times NewsJAMMU: Like other states of the country, it is very unfortunate that Madrassa Board has not been set up in Jammu and Kashmir till date.The leaders of Jamaat-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat, a representative organization of Sufism, expressed these views in the press conference, here on Thursday.Vice President, Jamaat-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat, Maulana Farooq Hussain Hussain Misbahi said, “We have been demanding this for many years but the government did not consider our demand.”Maulana Basharat Hussain Saqafi, General Secretary, Jamaat-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat, Jammu and Kashmir, said that the Jamaat would now make a concerted effort in this regard.He said that with the establishment of Madrasa Board in Jammu and Kashmir, the students of Madrasa Islamia, who have immense potential, will also be able to serve the country by attaining higher positions in the country after completing their higher education.Jamaat-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat Jammu and Kashmir demanded that a Madrassa Board should be set up in Jammu and Kashmir as soon as possible and all the Madrassas that want to be associated with it be connected.Leaders of Jamaat-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat Maulana Mufti Aslam Raza Misbahi Jammu, Mufti Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim Misbahi Rajouri, Maulana Farooq Hussain Qadri, President Jamaat-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat Jammu, Maulana Farid Ahmad Ram Bin, Maulana Shah Din Doda, Maulana Sarfraz Ahmad Qadri Samba, Maulana Hafeez Ahmed Kathua, Mufti Mohammad Ashraf Misbahi Reasi, Maulana Hafiz Abdul MajeedMadani Poonch, Mufti Shakeel Ahmed Sagan Jammu Maulana Zakir Hussain Naqshbandi Jammu, Maulana Mudassir Hussain Qadri Poonch, Jamaat-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat District, Tehsil and Block Presidents were present.
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