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Telangana: Muslims unite; ask Centre not to deport Rohingyas

Telangana: Muslims unite; ask Centre not to deport Rohingyas
SC, ST, BC Muslim Front organized from Shahi Masjid, Bagh e Aama to Gun Park, then a massive protest to support Rohingya Muslims. Chief convener front Mr. Sana Ullah Khan, Moulana Hamid Mohammed Khan, Moulana Hussain Shaheed, Hayath Hussain Habeeb, Mufti Mehboob Shareef, Major Quadri, Professor Anwar Khan and many more is seen during protest at Gun Park on Friday. (Photo: Zabi)

Hyderabad:  Condemning genocide of the Rohingyas in Myanmar and asking the Centre to drop plans to deport them, a conference was organised by Jamiat-e-Ulema at the Madina Education Centre, on Saturday.

The representatives of Tameer-e-Millat, Jamaat-e-Islamic and other organisations participated and asked the UN to intervene.

“We may approach courts to stop the deportation of Rohingyas,” said Hafiz Peer Shabbir Ahmed, the president of Jamaat-e-Ulema of TS and AP. Another meeting was held at Hussaini Alam.

Rohingyas staying in the city Hyderabad are pleading the Centre not to deport them.

A protest rally was organised in the Old City by the Telangana Minorities Welfare Association.

On Sunday, the Majlis Bachao Tehreek has planned a rally in Yakutpura. Another protest was organised in Nampally by the Jamiat-e-Islami. A prayer meet was also organised on Sunday at the Punjagutta mosque.