Hyderabad: Maulana Abdul Malik Mazhari, Director of Misbah-ul-uloom stressed the need for Muslim parents to prefer religious background in matrimonial alliances of their children. The concept of religiousness in Islam is lofty character and nobility. He told that matrimonial alliances are finalized in non-Muslims on the basis of wealth or caste but Islam given preference to good character. It is very regrettable that the Muslims prefer wealth and beauty in matrimonial alliances which are producing serious consequences.
He further told that Syed, Pathan, Moghal and Shaik are the sect for identification but these days, people are not entering into matrimonial alliances with each other based on these sects. As a result of which a Syed can marry only a girl from Syed family. Some people do not like to give their daughters to a Pathan. All such un-Islamic practices should be avoided.
Maulana Abdul Malik was addressing 58th Du-ba-Du (Face-to-Face) Matrimonial Alliance Program at Royal Regency Garden, Asifnagar, organized by Siasat Urdu Daily and Minorities Development Forum. He further told that some parents reject the girls whose height is less eventhough they are highly educated. In the same manner the parents of the grooms want the girls between the age group 20-21 for their sons in the age group 33-35. The gap between the boy and the girl should be 4-5 years. He also told that the Muslim boys have become greedy. He advised them to depend on their hard earned money and not on dowry from the parents of the girl. He applauded the efforts of Siasat Urdu Daily and Minorities Development Forum.
Mr. Fazal bin Ali al-Quaiti, proprietor of Royal Regency function hall attended the meeting a special guest. Mr. Abid Siddiqui, President of MDF presided over the function. In his presidential speech, he told that the purpose of Du-ba-Du (Face-to-Face) Matrimonial Alliance Program is to generate the thoughtful revolution in Muslim community. Mr. Syed Asghar Huasin conducted the meeting.
Mr. Zaheeruddin Ali Khan, Managing Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily reviewed the situation by visiting various counters. He also talked to the parents of the candidates. Maulana Abdul Nayeem who had come from Bhatkal also reviewed the program and expressed his delight. In yesterday’s program, 94 boys and 160 girls registered their names. ACP of Asif Nagar, Mr. Ghouse Mohiuddin had made elaborate arrangements for the function. More than 5000 parents attended the function.