Maududi paid rich tributes on 73rd founding day of JI

August 26, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Jamaat Islami (JI) Sindh chapter celebrated its 73rd founding day (Youm-e-Tasees) on Tuesday with great zeal and spirit and paid homage to it founder Syed Abul Ala Maududi.

Programs and functions were held in different cities of the province, including Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Jacobabad, Nawabshah, Tando Adam Khan, Larkana and Shahdadkot.

The speakers paid homage to Syed Maududi for his contributions and said that JI was established prior to the independence of Pakistan by 75 people under the leadership of Syed Maududi and it was only the party where all decisions are after mutual counselling.

Former MNA Asadullah Bhutto, on the occasion in Mansoora Hala, said that JI has always served the nation and maintained its tradition of addressing the problems faced at national level. He further said that JI could play a role for a prosper Pakistan.

Moreover, the speakers addressed issues being faced by Muslims globally, particularly in Kashmir and Palestine, and urged that the literature of Syed Maududi to be distributed among youth for their political awareness. They also condemned the Israeli atrocities in Gaza.

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