December 1, 2020, 11:24 pm
Sylhet Correspondent: Shaikhul Hadith Allama Junaid Babungari, the newly elected Amir of Hifazat-e-Islam Bangladesh, has called on the government to declare those who insulted the Prophet and Qadianis as non-Muslims (infidels). He said that prayers, fasting, Hajj and Zakat are the programs of custody.
He was speaking as the chief guest at a rally organized by Hifazat-e-Islam Sylhet at the city’s registry ground on Saturday (November 21st) to protest the display of caricatures of the Prophet (PBUH).
Amir said that different countries of the world have already declared Qadianis as non-Muslims. We have no objection if the Qadianis live in this country with their own religious identity like other minorities. He mentioned that the Qadianis were the greatest enemies of the Prophet.
Allama Babungari called upon the government to run the country in the light of the Medina Charter. He also suggested cracking down on any work that conflicts with the Medina Charter.
“Hefazat is neither a tiger nor a lion,” Babungari said, adding that the organization was neither anti-government nor partisan.
Hefazat wants to establish prayers in Bangladesh. Those who are the enemies of Islam, the enemies of the Prophet; the rise of Islam in the custody of atheists and apostates.
‘Babungari said that the French government had set fire to the hearts of Muslims by mocking and mocking the Prophet (peace be upon him), the symbol of love of 200 million Muslims in the world. He warned that a sea of blood would be poured out against the insult of the Prophet.
Millions of people took part in the rally presided over by Shaykhul Hadith Allama Zia Uddin, the central advisor of the organization. The rally started at 2 pm and ended at 5 pm.
Speaking as a special guest at the rally, Allama Noor Hussain Kasimi, Secretary General of Hefazat, Naib Ameer Professor. Ahmad Abdul Quader, Advisor Shaykhul Allama Rashidur Rahman Faruk Barnavi, Shaykhul Hadith Allama Ubaydullah Farooq Akuni, Nayeb Amir Shaykhul Hadith Allama Nurul Islam Khan Sunamganji, Organizing Secretary Maulana Azizul Haqnawig. Ataullah Amin.
At the beginning of the rally, the convener of the rally, Principal Hafiz Maulana Majduddin Ahmed gave a welcome speech. Another convener of the rally Maulana Muhiul Islam Burhan spoke.
Speaking as the special guest, Secretary General of Hifazat-e-Islam Shaikhul Hadith Allama Noor Hossain Qasimi called on the government to immediately bring a motion of condemnation against France in Parliament.
Also speaking at the rally were Shaykhul Hadith Mufti Mujibur Rahman, Shaykhul Hadith Maulana Aulia Hossain, Maulana Shaykh Abdul Basir, Mahanagar Hefazat leader Hafiz Maulana Nuruzzaman, Maulana Khalilur Rahman, Professor Bazlur Rahman, District Hefalan Mawlana.
Rahmatullah, Hafiz Abdur Rahman Siddiqui, Mufti Faizul Haque Jalalabadi, Maulana Nasir Uddin, Kari Maulana Sirajul Islam, Maulana Ataur Rahman Companyganj, Sylhet City Corporation Councilor Rezaul Hasan Koyes Lodi, Maulana Khalil Maulana, Maulana Khalil Raj ,
Maulana Mukhlishur Rahman, Maulana Habib Ahmad Shihab, Maulana Emdadullah, Maulana Saifullah, Maulana Kazi Abdul Wadud, Maulana Shah Mamshad Ahmad, Maulana Abdul Malik Kasimi, Maulana Shamsuddin Muhammad Ilyas and others.
Meanwhile, people started coming to the registry ground after Zohar on the occasion of the rally.
At one stage, the registry field was overrun and people could be seen on the surrounding streets. The rally passed a resolution condemning France, revoking the ban on alcohol in hotels in Sylhet, stopping the spread of drugs and demanding the maximum punishment for Raihan’s killers.
Meanwhile, the Sylhet Metropolitan Police took strict security measures around the rally. SMP sources said that besides the uniformed police, a large number of white-clad members were also deployed in and around the rally.