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Maulana Vali Rahmani expresses satisfaction over Deen Bachao Desh Bachao conference

Maulana Vali Rahmani expresses satisfaction over Deen Bachao Desh Bachao conference

Patna: Amir-e-shariah and organiser Deen Bachao Desh Bachao Conference Maulana Vali Rahmani thanked everyone for making the conference a success. Rahmani is also the head of the Imarat-e-Sharia, an influential Muslim body from Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha. In a press conference he told that besides Bihar residents, the people who came from length and breadth of the country played a key role in making the conference a success. The conference was organised at the historical Gandhi Maidan on Sunday.

Besides thanking all those who braved the scorching sun to attend the conference, Maulana Vali Rahmani also thanked those who could not reach the place due to the traffic jam or any other reason. He told them you might not be physically present at Gandhi Maidan but were present there spiritually.

A sea of skull caps sprawled Gandhi Maidan to take part in the “Deen Bachao, Desh Bachao” (save religion, save nation) conference on Sunday.

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from The Siasat Daily

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