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Maulana Saad leaving Bangladesh



Lastnewsbd, 11th January, Dhaka: Tabligh Jamaat is the largest organisation of Sunni Muslims in the Indian subcontinent. Its headquarters, referred to as the Markaz, is based in New Delhi. Its operations are conducted through 13-member central council, called the Nezamuddin. Kandhalvi has recently announced himself as the chief of the body, which created a rift among the senior members of the Tabligh Jamaat’s Bangladesh chapter. In November, a scuffle broke out between two groups on the premises of Dhaka’s Kakrail Mosque. In an effort to avoid such untoward incidents in future, an advisory council was formed by the ‘senior leaders’. The council’s member Abdul Quddus, who serves as the acting secretary general of Qawmi Madrasa Education Board, told, “All five members of the advisory council think that Mawlan Saad should leave.” Bangladesh Islami Oikya Jote, an Islamist political party, led the anti-Kandhalvi protests.

Indian Tabligh Jamaat leader maulana Saad Kandhalvi will not join Biswa Ijtema and to leave Bangladesh at his convenient time.  “He (Kandhalvi) will stay at Kakrail Mosque until leaving the country,” said Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan who mediated between the two factions of the Tabligh Jamaat to resolve a conflict. Tabligh Jammat’s annual event Biswa Ijtema, the largest Muslim congregation after the hajj begins tomorrow (Friday) on the bank of Turag River in Tongi. The two factions of the Tabligh Jamaat have resolved a conflict over one of its supreme council members Saad Kandhalvi, said Khan to journalists at the Secretariat after holding the meeting on Thursday. Kandhalvi arrived in Dhaka from New Delhi Wednesday amid protests just outside the Dhaka airport by more than 500 people loyal to one of the factions. The protests crippled traffic on one of the busiest roads in the city, which leads to some national highways. Kandhalvi was taken to Dhaka’s Kakrail Mosque, the headquarters of Tabligh Jamaat’s Bangladesh chapter. Police tightened security in and around the mosque at the heart of the city after a group of protesters gathered in front of it. Kandhalvi will stay in the mosque for some more days before his departure from Bangladesh to India, according to Khan. Both factions agreed on the decision. On Thursday morning, Dhaka Metropolitan Police’s Joint Commissioner Krishna Pad Roy visited the area, after which the police said Kandhalvi would not attend the Ijtema, set to start on Friday. The Rapid Action Battalion made a similar statement.

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