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The World Ijtema was banned for the reason


The Future Ijtema World has postponed. The government has taken this decision because of the conflict between the elections and Tabligh Jamaat. The decision was taken at a meeting held in the Secretariat in the Secretariat with both parties in the Ministry Within noon.

Secretary for Religious Affairs M Anisur Rahman told reporters, "Before the elections, all the collection is banned, while there is a dispute between the Tablig church. The Tibli World Tag has been postponed considering this. At the same time, both activities were deferred after Tablig, they can not do anything (assemblies), an ozone component (clear collection). Apart from this, there will be a delegation in India. Delegation representatives will resolve through discussions.

It is known that the Jamaat-e-Islami Tablets have declared Ijtema the World in Tongi on January 2 on different dates. Tablig fans of Maulana Saad Kandhalvi in ​​Tablighi, India, set the date for the year Ijtema 11, 12 and 13 January after the last Ijtema World. On the other hand, Maulana Sa`d and Al-Qaumi Alam had recently appointed January 18, 19 and 20 for an rally held on July 28. At the same time, both peers set dates for collecting the area on separate dates. And there is conflicts between the two parties in the middle of this collection.

Home Asaduzzaman Minister Khan Kamal presided over the meeting with two ministers of Tabligh Jamaat in the Ministry of Interior. In addition, the members of Shura, Maulana Jubair Ahmad and Syed Islam, were among the members of Tabligh Jamiat present at the meeting. The scholars of Sholakia Eidgah Khattib Maulana Farid Uddin Mas and Khalif from Gulshan Central Mosque Maulana Mahmudul Hasan were also present. Among others, the Prime Minister's Military Secretary, Prime Minister Mia Mohammad Zainul Abedin, the IGP Police Mohammad Javed Patwari, Religious Secretary and Secretary of Religious Affairs, Awami League Sheikh Abdullah, were also present. The sources said the Home Minister had called for not to complete Ijtema dates considering the forthcoming national elections. He said, Ijtema can be done if the election is over time. Otherwise, Ijtema may have to turn back. The election dates will be determined by the Election Commission, so Ijtema is better not to declare the Ijtema date.

On the other hand, India will have a six-member delegation that includes Tablig and government officials to resolve the disputes associated with Maulana Saad Kandhalvi, the Tablighi leader of India. The delegation includes Maulana Farid Uddin Mas, Maulana Mahmudul Hasan, Islam Islig, Tablig, Maulana Muhammad Jubair, Religious Secretary M Anisur Rahman and Secretary of Religious Affairs Awami Sheikh Abdullah.

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