Hashmi Condoles death of Internationally renowned Islamic Scholar Moulana Dr Syed Kalbe Sadiq.


Student Communuty should wear black dress for four days as a mark of regard for this great Soul.

Kashmiri Socio-Political Activist Agha Karar Hashmi has condoles the death of an internationally renowned Islamic scholar, thinker, reformer, educationist and preacher Moulana Dr Syed Kalbe Sadiq of Lucknow. 

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Agha Hashmi added that Dr Kabe Sadiq was an orator par excellence and had traveled across the globe to deliver speeches and lectures on Islamic theology and was known for his inclusive and broadminded interpretation of Islam. Such loss is irreparable and a big jolt for people across globe especially Shia Community.

Agha Karar Hashmi said in a press statement that I have also been his student in my childhood days at Madinatul Uloom Seminary Aligarh. He was having a clear cut ideology and a great human heart. He has worked tirelessly for student community and we must at least wear black clothes for four days as a mark of respect for this great deported soul. His ample contributions will always be remebered and we stand shoulder to shoulder with his family in this critical situation. 

Dr. Kalbe Sadiq, the Vice President of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board and Shia religious teacher breathed his last  at Era Medical College, Lucknow. His contributions has made him calling Second “Sir Syed”,  was  seen as a big exponent of communal harmony between Hindu and Muslims and also Shias and Sunnis. Peaceful coexistence has been one of his basic principles of his life. Karar Hashmi added 

Syed Karar said that Dr Syed Kalbe Sadiq after becoming a religious leader, he made several successful attempts to make education accessible to a deprived section of society. He founded the Tauheedul Muslimeen Trust  with the intention of providing educational aid and scholarships to needy and poor students and have done tremendous work in all such fields and aspects. Allah bless him with Jannatul Firdous and at the same time provide bereaved family strength to bear such irreparable loss.  Agha Karat Hashmi is presently studying at Jamia Al Mustafa International University Qom Iran 


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