Muslims unite to free Waqf land from encroachment
New Delhi: To free the Waqf land from the encroachments all over the country, the eminent Muslim personalities from both Shias and Sunnis sects vowed to come together and fight for it without any differences. Addressing a large gathering of around 5000 people at Karbala Jor Bagh in Delhi's Lodhi Colony, Maulana Kalbe Jawwad also gifted a 'sword' to senior lawyer Mahmood Paracha and asked him to lead the fight to free Waqf properties from of the encroachers.
The programme was organised under the banner of 'All India Waqf Protection Conference' on Sunday after land worth around Rs 50,000 crore was freed from encroachment at Karbala Jorbagh including a nursery. Bot Maulana Kalbe Jawwad and lawyer Mahmood Paracha together with eminent Muslim personalities have vowed to fight against encroachment at Waqf properties. "It is time that all Muslims come together to free the Waqf land from encroachments, this is a pan India movement and we wish to fight it legally with the help of Muslims across the country," said Bahadur Abbas Naqvi, General Secretary Anjuman- e Haideri
Interestingly, the photo of BR Ambedkar also found its space on the poster with Shia scholar Kalbe Jawwad who called for the conference. "The photo of Bahasahab indicates that we are going to take this fight legally across the country, also we have called both Shias and Sunnis to aid each other in the liberation of the Waqf land from encroachments," said senior lawyer Mahmood Paracha who played an instrumental part in freeing the Waqf land in Jorbagh Karbala.