SRINAGAR: General session of Raabitah-e-Madaaris (RMIA) was held on 4th August in the premises of Daarul-Uloom Raheemiyyah, Bandipora and the members suggested a mechanism to rid the society of drug abuse, obscenity, immodesty, marital disputes and unfair treatment of women.
According to a statement issued here, Qaari Sayyid Muhammad Usmaan, a noted scholar of Hadees at Daarul-Uloom Deoband, presided the session and was attended by the general secretary of RMIA, Shaukat Ali Sahib besides three hundred fifty heads of Deeni-Madaaris across the state.
It said that the annual report was presented by the state general secretary of RMIA, Mufti Nazeer. The session underlined the need for strengthening the curriculum of Deeni-Madaaris with excelling the ethical standards of their students and maintaining transparency in the accounts of these prestigious institutes properly.
“The session suggested to devise a mechanism for reforming the Muslim society by ridding it of many prevailing evils and checking the spread of drug abuse, obscenity and immodesty among the masses. And how to settle the disputes of estranged spouses, check the unfair treatment with women and solve the problems of such women whose husbands are missing like highly topical issues were also discussed in the said session,” it further said.