Wakf panel to take over Islamic seminary

Wakf panel to take over Islamic seminary
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With the conviction of four people on the charges of forgery and fraudulent activities to own 46-acres of prime land belonging to Darul ul Uloom Sabeel us Salaam (DUSS), the Wakf Board appointed panel is expecting to take over the famous Islamic seminary.

With the conviction of four people on the charges of forgery and fraudulent activities to own 46-acres of prime land belonging to Darul ul Uloom Sabeel us Salaam (DUSS), the Wakf Board appointed panel is expecting to take over the famous Islamic seminary.


Addressing newsmen on Wednesday, Azaz-ur-Rahman, the Mutawalli, informed that Syed Ismail Ali, Mohammed Fareeduddin, Syed Waheeduddin and Mohd Hassan UI Quasmi have been sentenced to three years rigorous imprisonment. According to Azaz ur Rahman, the DUSS was founded by (late) Syed Zia ur Rahman who appointed Rizwan ul Quasmi as a teacher, and inducted him as a committee member in the year 1976.

 DUSS members addressing newsmen on Wednesday

As the founder, Zia kept the 46 acres of land for running the 'Madarsa' wherein a graveyard for Muslims, school buildings, mosque, staff quarters and students hostel were constructed. In its judgment, the court said, "The material on record discloses that accused committed serious offences by forging signatures of dead persons and fabricated the record to knock away the property dedicated for the charitable purpose, hence, they do not deserve leniency and shall be punished properly or else it leads to miscarriage of justice."


In view of this conviction, Azaz ur Rahman said the existing seminary and its students would continue to function as routine and further evolve to better standards of functioning and education with the help of Towliath Committee, already approved by Wakf Board. He also said that the seminary would be developed into an excellent hub for all-round development and empowerment of its students.

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