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Says authorities deny permission to hold conference
Srinagar, Jul 21: Saying that the authorities denied the permission to hold International Dawutus Sunnah Conference, Karwan-e-Islami patron Alama Ghulam Rasool Hami on Saturday said that the religious rights of Muslims are under threat.
According to the KNS correspondent, addressing a news conference, the prominent Islamic scholar of the Valley said that the organization was scheduled to hold a conference at Srinagar Municipal Park on Sunday here but on late Friday evening, the authorities denied the permission.
Condemning the denial of permission to hold the conference, he said that he along with his organization had made all the arrangement but the direct inference in the religious affairs has sabotaged all the process.
He informed that the authorities cited security reasons to deny the permission.
Hami further accused that the people belonging to other religions are being provided every possible facility but the Muslims are being deprived to perform the religious duty. “Our religious rights are under threat.”
Giving details about the conference, the prominent Islamic scholar said that the well-known Islamic clerics from different parts of the country were scheduled to deliver lectures. (KNS)