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Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri's special talk with workers in context of Model Town case & instructions for workers
Minhaj-ul-Quran International leader Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has said that there were three phases of the protest movement aimed at seeking justice in the Model Town case. Firstly when the FIR was not being registered; secondly, when the report of Justice Baqir Najafi Commission was not being made public and thirdly, when the demand for the formation of neutral JIT was not being accepted. The workers took to protest at that time. The detail of these three phases is given as under:
MQI leader Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has expressed his gratitude to Allah Almighty on the acceptance of the bail of 93 inmates of the PAT. He said he is very happy to learn that the Lahore High Court has accepted the bail of the innocent workers who were booked on false charges. He said we now await the verdict of them being declared innocent.
Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has said the doctors, nurses, and paramedics saved the lives of people during the Corona pandemic by putting themselves in harm's way. He referred to the saying of Allah Almighty wherein He said whosoever saves life of an individual, it is as if he saved the entire humanity. He said the doctors, nurses, and medical staff have also acted upon the Islamic commandments in their act of saving the lives of the people, adding that their service should be respected and appreciated.
President MQI Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri has said those who only live for themselves, they cease to be mentioned with the death and those who live for others continue to live in the thoughts and memories of people. He said the life of this world is temporary and good repute and actions are a real asset.
Huzoor Shaykh-ul-Islam delivers lecture series on the Honour of Sayyida Kainat and removal of doubts
Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has delivered a three-day lecture series on the honour of Sayyida Kainat (salam Allah alayha). These lectures are aimed at addressing the intellectual doubts and objections found in a section of people. Scholars, teachers and students and all those who love the Family of the Prophet (pbuh) and follow the Companions (rta) may tune in to listen to these lectures.
Minhaj Women League UK and Minhaj Women League Pakistan host their fifth day of the Speakers Preparation Course with the addition of various new speakers. The opening talk was done by Farah Naz, President Minhaj Women League Pakistan and she discussed the characteristics of a Dai. A Dai is dedicated to Deen and this becomes her purpose in life. She explained that purpose in life makes you powerful whereas if you are aimless then you are lost.
Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has expressed his deep sense of grief and sorrow on the death of renowned religious scholar Mufti Muhammad Naeem, Muhtamim-e-Aala of Jamia Binoria Karachi. In his condolence message, Dr Qadri said that Mufti Naeem was a well-read religious scholar. He said Mufti sahib rendered appreciable services for the promotion of interfaith and inter-sect harmony.
It is a matter of absolute pride for Minhaj University that as per gallop survey by HEC. Minhaj stands among top ten universities and secured the sixth position for successful online education in amidst of Carona plague. The Minhajians by this survey have expressed their vote of confidence and endorsed the efforts of the University for Online Classes.
Addressing the online meeting of the Central Working Council, MQI leader Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has said the families of those who were martyred and injured in Model Town are still demanding justice despite the passage of six years. He said the new JIT that was formed thanks to the intervention of the Supreme Court was also barred from working. He said the heads of three institutions assured us of the provision of justice but their promises could not be translated into reality.
Bisma Amjad, the daughter of Shaheed Tanzeela Amjad who was martyred in Model Town, has said former Chief Justice Saqib Nisar had called her into his office and asked her to focus on education and pledged to dispense justice. She said the commitment of any head of an institution is, in fact, the commitment of the entire institution but added in the same breath that the word given by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan has not been implemented to date.
Addressing the sixth anniversary of the Model Town tragedy, MQI leader Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has said that today the person who used to talk about seeking justice for the oppressed of Model Town tragedy while standing beside him is the Prime Minister of the country today. He would make a public pledge to deliver justice to the innocent citizens of Pakistan who were martyred by the state upon getting elected.
MMCC/Jame al Mustafa, and MQI Canada reopened there Jummah prayer service last Friday June 12th, 2020. After many days of lockdown and restrictions from the government, the Masjid was finally open for its worshippers. Many people were exited to return and pray in the House of Allah once again.
President Minhaj-Ul-Quran Women League International, Dr. Ghazala Hassan Qadri delivered her sixth lecture of the 7- week Al-Nasiha Series on the topic of strengthening the family unit: How to provide good Tarbiyya to our children Part 2. This lecture focused on practical steps that should be taken towards providing good moral training to one's children.
The 40-day online lecture series of Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri came to an end on June 7. More than 27 thousand people from Pakistan and abroad registered themselves to listen to the online lectures on Sahih al-Bukhari who were given certificates signed by Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri on the conclusion of the series. Those who listened to the scholarly lectures included religious scholars, teachers, students and people belonging to various walks of life.
Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has said that it was proposed during the early days of Covid-19 that the curfew-like lockdown could save hundreds of thousands of human lives. He said that the absence of timely and correct decisions has led to the growth of the infections in the country so much so that over 70,000 people have been infected.