Jammu and Kashmir National Conference General Secretary Haji Ali Muhammad Sagar on Thursday chaired one day Qirat and Naat Competition organized at Madre Meherban orphanage, Bemina.
Sagar while felicitating the students and organizers said, “The need of the hour is to inculcate the new generation with morals and values and the pious thoughts. Auspicious gatherings like these will help our new generation to keep in touch with the traditions of Islam and its value system,” he said.
He said Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the eternal light house of guidance for the whole humanity and that the message of Prophet PBUH is eternal and universal. “There are no praises that are sufficient enough for holy Prophet of Islam PBUH,” he said.
Meanwhile Provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani applauded the Madre Meharban orphanage for organizing the event, “I congratulate those who secured positions in Naat and Qirat recitation. I equally appreciate those who participated in the soul elevating event. May you all succeed in your endeavors and may almighty salvage our state from the tumultuous times that we are going through,” he said.
The event saw the active participation of students and scholars. Among others Haji Muhammad Nurani Naqashbandi, Muhammad Shafi Qureshi,Mufti Basheer Ud din kupwara, Rasheed Rahil participated in the event.
The first position holders in both Qirat and Naat category were given Rs 7000, Rs 4000 as second prize, Rs 3000 as third prize. Besides, that consolation prize of Rs 1000 was given to each of 10 participants. Certificate of participation were also given to all those who participated in the event.