Message of the President

By the grace of Allah the Most Merciful, we have completed another year of increasing activities of All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat. Even after more than 52 years of the Mushawarat’s services to the community and the nation, its relevance is becoming ever vital in guiding 180 million Muslims of India and making India a better nation by promoting democratic ideals and communal harmony in sync with civil society and larger fraternity of people.

There is no denial that racist thoughts are becoming domineering while dotting the globe, here and there, and causing violence and hatred to prevail, not only in the geopolitics but also in the Indian establishments. However, those who are engaged in making a better civilized world should take this as a challenge rather than as a cause of desperation and despondency.

For this, the Muslim society has major responsibility being duty bound to sustain a benevolent community, Khair-e-Ummat, in each nook and cranny of the planet earth. We at the Mushawarat should also take our share of responsibility in this regard and contribute in whatever way possible for us.

Navaid Hamid

 

Note of the Secretary General

This Annual Report of All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat for the Year 2016 place on record activities of the organization from January to December 2016. With this, we have incepted a new tradition of brining out an annual report of the organization for the consideration of all concerned.

The year 2016 was laden with new challenges within and outside the Mushawarat, to which the organization has suitably responded to, as could be seen in this report, though within the limitation of being a federal body.

It can be seen here that AIMMM has enjoyed a new vigor of receptivity during the reported year with more and more Muslim organizations and eminent personalities joining and cooperating with the Mushawarat. Its financial base has also become sounder and intensifying. The gradual geographical expanse of the Mushawarat in different states has spawned hopes of its becoming an all India body in the real sense of the term.

There is no doubt whatever headway the Mushawarat has made during the reported period was unimaginable without the active cooperation of members, associates, friends, philanthropists and state leaderships to whom we owe many thanks. Jazakallahu khairan wa khairan jaza!

Mujtaba Farooq


C o n t e n t s

I.      Message of the President

II.    Note of the Secretary General

 
1.

Organizational Affairs

1.1               New Dispensation

1.2               Supreme Guidance Council

1.3               Standing Committee

1.4               Markazi Majlis-e-Amla

1.5               Markazi Majlis-e-Mushawarat

1.6               Subcommittees

1.7               Member Organizations’ Meet

1.8               Members

1.9               Circle of Friends

1.10            Organizational Structures in States

1.11            Organizational Tours

1.12            Resumption of Mushawarat Quarterly Bulletin

1.13            Mushawarat on Social Media

1.14            Mushawarat in Print and Electronic media

1.15            Mushawarat Trust

1.16            Mushawarat Documents

1.17            Renovation of the Mushawarat Building

1.18            Miscellany

 
2.

Activities

2.1               Widening the Scope of Muslim Unity

2.2               Responses on the Issue of Triple Talaq

2.3               National Consultation on Awqaf

2.4               Minority Character of AMU and Other Institutions

2.5               UP Assembly Elections 2017

2.6               Responses to Communal and Human Rights Situation

2.7               Responses on the Issues of Violence and Persecution in Kashmir

2.8               Dalit-Minority Cooperation

2.9               Una Visit

2.10            Bijnore Visit

2.11            Mushawarat’s Inputs on National Education Policy 2016

2.12            Dialogue with Civil Society

2.13            Public Meetings

2.14            Endorsement to Indian Submission in the UPR-UNO

2.15            Occasional Programs

i)           Discussion on Dialogue on Kashmir

ii)         Pakistan High Commissioner’s Visit to the Mushawarat

iii)        Discussion on Abusalih Sharif’s book

iv)       Media Meet

v)         Lecture on South Asian Muslim Groups as Global Actors

vi)       Discussion on RTE Network

vii)      The President joined Late Mr Hashim Ansari’s Funeral

 
3. Annexure  

The Annual Report of All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat 2016 covers activities of the organization during the past calendar year. With the onset of the two-year term of the new dispensation at the apex, in January 2016, many aspirations have spawned and many promises were made. On the completion of the first year of the term by 31st December 2016, it is natural to assess achievements of the Mushawarat on the scale of these aspirations and promises.

The incumbent president of the Mushawarat, Mr Navaid Hamid, spelled out his priorities for the organization while taking the charge of his office on 8 January 2016 and also on the occasion of the first General Meeting of Members on 31 January, which include democratic governance of AIMMM, inclusion of vital Muslim organizations and individuals in its fold, reduction of sectarian divide within the community by giving representation to left out groups within its structure and geographical expansion and consolidation of its base in different states. He also promised to undertake dialogue with different sections for promotion of communal harmony and mutual understanding in the arising challenges in the country. It is a matter of satisfaction that there has been significant progress on all these fronts. Besides, the financial stability and resources as regards recurring as well as planned expenditure have also increased. Receptivity and familiarity of the organization among common people has also steadily got enhanced.

The following report, while giving details on different activities under this umbrella body of the Muslim community, also substantiates veracity of this general assessment. However, readers of this report may be better assessor of achievements and shortcomings of the Mushawarat during the past year in their own right. As information about activities of the AIMMM contained in this Annual Report has been brief, more information on them can be had by referring to the Mushawarat Quarterly Bulletin Vol. 11 No. 1-4.

  1. Organizational Affairs
  • New Dispensation

New two-year term of All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (MMM), from January 2016 to December 2017, began with the elections of its president and 20 members of the Markazi Majlis-e-Amla (MMA), i.e. the central executive committee, on 1st January 2016. The process was initiated on 3 October 1015 with the announcement of elections and got culminated on 8 January 2016 with the new president and his elected team taking charge of the organization for a two-year term. In the charge transfer ceremony on the day, former presidents of the AIMMM Mr Syed Shahbuddin and Dr Zafarul Islam Khan were also present. Ml Syed Jalauluddin Umari, Ameer of Jamat-e-Islami Hind, was there as a special guest. Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan presented the report of the electoral process on behalf of the Election Office and formally declared Mr Navaid Hamid elected as the 7th president of the AIMMM to be in office for a two-year term, i.e. 2016-2017.

While using constitutional provisions, the President Mr Navaid Hamid nominated in different spells office-bearers of the MMM, 9 members of the MMA to make its present tally to be of 29 members, advisor to the President and also 2 Executive Secretaries. The office-bearers comprised 3 vice-presidents, one secretary general and four general secretaries, as stipulated in the Constitution of the AIMMM. It may be regarded as a specialty of the year that for the first time a woman member was elected to the MMA, who was subsequently elevated as the first lady vice-president of the AIMMM.

The complete list of the Office-Bearers and Executive Members of the Mushawarat may be referred in Annexure-1.

  • Supreme Guidance Council

The Supreme Guidance Council of the AIMMM is its apex body as regards supervision and general guidance of the organization. It is based on renowned and highly respected members of the organization. The Council does not get involved in the routine affairs of the Mushawarat but can guide the president and the MMA/MMM on certain important matters.

The President Mr Navaid Hamid notified new Supreme Guidance Council on 7 November 2016 after consulting majority members of the Council for the time being. The added names in the previous composition are Maulana Tauqir Raza Khan, Dr Maulana Syed Kalbe Sadiq, Mr Moosa Raza and the current president of the AIMMM himself.

The complete list of members of the Supreme Guidance Council may be referred in Annexure-2.

  • Standing Committee

The Standing Committee of the Mushawarat, based on its office-bearers, is its top executive body. It is expected that the Committee will meet once in a month to plan, review and monitor activities in the light of decisions of the MMA and MMM or of its own. It has been resolved to hold meetings of the office-bearers generally on the second Saturday every month. Besides them, Executive Secretaries and conveners of subcommittees are also invited to join the meeting as special invitees.

While the Secretary General has been given all freedom to assist the President in administrative and policy matters the work distribution among general secretaries was like this: Mr Amanullah Khan was made incharge of organizational matters; Mr Ahmad Raza of financial matters; Mr Saiyid Samar Hamid to guide the team regarding planning and Mr Sheikh Manzoor Ahmad to look into media matters. All these office-bearers tried their best during the past year to provide their cooperation to the Mushawarat in the desired way.

During the reported period, six meetings of the Committee were held on the dates mentioned hereunder.

1. 20 February 2016 4. 11 August, 2016
2. 3 April 2016 5. 15 November 2016
3. 28 June 2016 6. 16 December 2016

Three meetings could not be held due to MMA meetings around the same time.

The major concerns of the Committee during the outgoing year had been progress on the decisions of the MMA and MMM, working of the subcommittees, scheduling and planning for the meetings of MMA and MMM and fund mobilization.

  • Markazi Majlis-e-Amla

The Markazi Majlis-e-Amla (MMA) is the apex decision making and assessing body of the AIMMM. After resuming his office, the President Mr Navaid Hamid nominated Mr Mujtaba Farooq as the Secretary General. He also appointed 2 vice-presidents and 4 general secretaries by the first general meeting of MMM. Besides, he nominated 7 members for the MMA in addition to the 20 elected members of the body. He later on nominated 2 more members to fully use his right to nominate 10 members of the Amla, save one. He also appointed one more vice-president on 7th December 2016. Now, the MMA comprises the President and 29 Members of the MMA. (Vide Annexure-1)

Mr Navaid Hamid appointed Mr Akif Ahmad as the Executive Secretary during his first month in office and assigned him the work of technical advice to him such as maintenance of the website. He appointed Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan as another Executive Secretary with the general executive assignment and also as editor of the resumed Mushawarat Quarterly Bulletin with effect from 2nd August 2016.

The MMA is supposed to hold quarterly meetings for discharging its functions. It was resolved in the first general meeting of the AIMMM that meetings of the MMA will be held in different cities and it was earnestly pursued. A score of issues were taken into consideration, decisions were taken as regards these issues, organizational affairs and burning problems and progress of the organization was monitored. Appropriate resolutions were passed to put on record the Mushawarat’s stand on them and for wider information and advocacy.

The key concerns of the MMA during the reported time were the execution and monitoring of decisions, stand on the issues of Triple Talaq and Uniform Civil Code, responses to the communal situation in different parts of the country, violence in Jammu Kashmir, stand on different national and international events, settlement with Mushawarat Trust, copyright of the “Mushawarat Documents”, resolution of disputes and controversies within the Mushawarat and the like.

The following four meetings of the MMA were held during the year:

  1. First MMA Meeting: 31 January 2016 in New Delhi
  2. Second MMA Meeting: 16 April 2016 at Bhopal
  3. Third MMA Meeting: 17 July in Kolkata
  4. Fourth MMA Meeting: 16 October 2016 in Mumbai
  • Markazi Majlis-e-Mushawarat

The Markazi Majlis-e-Mushawarat (MMM) comprises all central members and the representatives of Member Organizations and functions as the general body of the Mushawarat. The state presidents are its ex-officio members.

The total number of MMM’s members got increased during the term from the previous 168 to 204 by the close of the reported term, due to addition of 23 individual members and 13 members representing 7 new Member Organizations. 3 individual members have renewed their membership after lapse of a long time and one member was allowed to become member before December 2016, but he completed the formality by January 2017 only. Thus, in all, 27 individual members joined during the year. The criteria for the inclusion of new individual members has been to give due representation to different social groups of the Muslim community for making the Mushawarat wide-based.

During the year, 2 meetings of the MMM were held; the first one at the beginning of the session, i.e. on 31st January in New Delhi and the other almost by the mid-year, on 17 July in Kolkata. The latter meeting was held in Kolkata in accordance with the decision to hold meetings of the MMA and MMM in different parts of the country for creating its base among people there.

The major issues discussed and decided by the MMM included responses to the communal situation, Mushawarat’s stand on Triple Talaq and Uniform Civil Code, minority character of Muslim institutions, Ordinance on Enemy Property, dialogue with different sections of the country, violence in Kashmir Valley, cow vigilantism, atrocities on Muslims in Jharkhand, National Education Policy 2016, situation in Assam, internal discord and the like.

  • Subcommittees

The subcommittees that were formed by the MMA/MMM remained active during the year included Committee on Constitutional Amendment, Committee on Waqf Affairs, Committee on Educational Conference, Organizing Committee for Convention on Dalit-Minority Cooperation and Committee on Mushawarat Trust Affairs. Committee on Government Affairs, Committee on Education, Committee on Enemy Property and Committee on Mushawarat Documents did not resume their assigned function.

  1. Committee on Constitutional Amendments: It held meetings on 27th February, 23rd April and 9th September 2016 and its last proposed meeting on 31st October got postponed. In the meeting of the Standing Committee held on 16 December 2016, the convener of the Committee was advised by its members to make a summary note on the suggested amendments already submitted by him in the Mushawarat office.

The members of the committee included: Mr Amanullah Khan (Convener), Mr Syed Shahabuddin, Dr Zafarul Islam Khan, Mufti Ataur Rahman Qasmi, Adv. Feroz Ghazi and Adv. Aijaz Maqbool. Mr Navaid Hamid and Mr Mujtaba Farooq have been its Ex-Officio Members. Dr M.R. Haque was also co-opted by the Committee as member but he declined to join at a later stage.

  1. Committee on Waqf and Educational Affairs: Committee on Waqf and Educational Affairs is headed by Dr M.R. Haque alias Qaisar Shameem with Mr Jawed Alam Khan as another member. One national consultation and a few state level consultations on Waqf administration were conceived under its goal. Mr Jawed Alam Khan could not be involved as member in the functioning of the Committee.

For organizing the “National Consultation on Auqaf” on 3 April 2016 in New Delhi, an organizing committee was formed based on Dr M.R. Haque, Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan, Adv. Feroz Khan Ghazi and Mr Syed Tahseen Ahmad, which held three meetings for planning and execution of things regarding the convention. The first state level convention was organized in Madhya Pradesh on 30 October 2016 with the support of local members and the Convener of the Committee Dr M.R. Haque participated and presented the keynote.

  1. Committee on Educational Conference: This Committee held several meetings including the last two ones on 16 August and 22 September 2016. The Committee prepared the objective, policies, outlines and schedule of the proposed two-day conference and is likely to submit shortly its due proposal to the Standing Committee for its consideration and further action. However, there was some confusion between the AIMMM and its partner for the proposed educational conference, All Indian Educational Movement as regards modalities of its holding. Moreover, it was resolved by the functionaries of both the organizations to invite the Vice-President Mr Hamid Ansari as its chief guest, which consumed much of the time in approaching him and nothing could materialized in this regard.

The committee comprised Mr Muzaffar Ali (Convener), Mr Amanullah Khan, Mr Samar Hamid, Mr M.R. Haque and Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan. Mr Haque later resigned from it.

  1. Committee on Triple Talaq: A committee was formed after the consultation on “Interference of Governments and Judiciary in Shariah”, as held on 16 May 2016 for advising the Mushawarat on the issue of Triple Talaq and Uniform Civil Code. It held two meetings and prepared 2 letters for the consideration of All India Muslim Personal Law Board apart from discussing the Mushawarat’s response on the concerning issues.

The committee comprises Maulana Hafiz Syed Athar Ali (Convener), Maulana Asghar Ali Imam Mahadi, Mr Nusrat Ali and Mrs Uzma Naheed. Later on Dr SQR Ilyas was also coopted in the committee.

  1. Committee on Dalit-Minority Cooperation: On the call of the President Mr Navaid Hamid more than 30 Dalit and Muslim activists joined a meeting on 2 April 2016 at the Mushawarat’s office for discussing on need, contents and modalities of Dalit-Muslim Dialogue. At the end it was resolved that all participants of the meeting will be taken as members of the Organizing Committee for the proposed Dalit-Minority Cooperation. Another meeting of the committee was held on 6 August 2016 for finalizing the concept note of the envisaged convention.

Please refer Annexure-3 for the list of members of the Organizing Committee)

  1. Committee on Mushawarat Trust Affairs: In order to settle different issues that had emerged during discussions of the MMA/MMM meetings about the Mushawarat Trust, a committee was formed in the MMA meeting in Mumbai on 16 October 2016. The Committee held its first meeting on 1 November 2016 and came out with concrete suggestions on the assigned work.

The committee comprises these members: Ml. Asghar Ali Imam Mahadi (Convener), Mr Mohammad Jafar, Mr Nusrat Ali and Mr Anis Durrani.

The following subcommittees did not report any activity.

  1. Committee on Government Affairs: Mr Khwja Mohammad Shahid (Convener), Dr Javed Jamil and Mr Aaris Mohammad
  2. Committee on Enemy Property: Mr Ameer Mohammad Khan Raja Mahmoodabad  (Convener), Dr SQR Ilyas and Mr Akhtar Husain Akhtar
  3. Committee on Mushawarat Documents: It was formed in MMA meeting in Mumbai to settle the matter with Dr Zafarul Islam Khan, comprising Mr Mujtaba Farooq (Convener), Ml Asghar Ali Imam Mahadi and Mr Nusrat Ali. No progress has been reported by 31 December 2016.
  • Member Organizations’ Meet

The first ever meeting of key functionaries of Member Organizations of All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat was held on 7th December 2016 at the Mushawarat Office. The President of AIMMM Mr Navaid Hamid chaired the meeting joined by representatives of the Member Organizations, office-bearers of AIMMM and special invitees. Overall representatives of 9 out of 16 Member Organizations joined. The attending representatives belonged to MOs Jamat-e-Islami Hind, Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadees, Tameer-e-Millat, South Asian Minority Lawyers Association, All India Educational Movement, UP Rabita Committee, Association of Muslim Professionals, All India Jamiat Quresh and MOEMIN.

The major conclusions of the meeting can be marked as follows:

  1. The closer association of Member Organizations especially for Common Minimum Program is very important and should be developed further.
  2. The proportionate representation of the Member Organizations should increase at different levels of the Mushawarat, e.g. from 2 to 5 in the MMM.
  3. The Mushawarat needs stable resources for its planned activities and the Member Organizations should help it in this regard.
  4. The Mushawarat should have some set priorities and focus on them.
  5. The Mushawarat should play its role effectively in bridging the Muslim community with other sections of the country and it should act more as a facilitator with the government on behalf of the community rather than merely as a protesting platform.
  • Members

According to the Membership List as on 31 December 2016, there are 204 members of the Markazi Majlis-e-Mushawarat (MMM). Out of them, 29 represent respective Member Organizations whereas 175 are individual members being eminent Muslims in their own right. In all, 27 new individual members and 13 organizational members have joined the Mushawarat during the reported period.

There are total 16 Member Organizations (MOs) associated with AIMMM, supposed to nominate 2 members each to represent them in the Mushawarat, to have 32 organizational members in its central body in principle. However, All India Shia Conference has not nominated any member since long whereas only one member represents All India OBC Organisation. Thus, there are only 29 members under this category. Indian Union Muslim League and Tameer-e-Millat revived their memberships of the Mushawarat after a union lapse of long time whereas Association of Muslim Professionals, All India Educational Movement, Movement for Empowerment of Indian Muslims, All India Jamit Quresh and All India OBC Organisation joined it during the year. Hence, 13 new members under this category were nominated by these MOs.

After joining his office, the President Mr Navaid Hamid admitted 22 new individual members during the reported year at his own or recommended by other office-bearers, whereas 4 previous members renewed their membership after a long time and one member formalized his membership during the term but was actually permitted by the outgoing president some time before, making the total new members of the year as 27. The policy to make AIMMM evermore wide-based borne fruits to some extent and cross-sections of the Muslim community are coming closer to the Mushawarat.

It is regrettable that 13 members had not paid membership fee for three or more years and were served due notices whereas one member had died during the period.

Please refer Annexure-4 for further details.

  • Circle of Friends

Circle of Friends of Mushawarat (CFM) remains a highly dependable financial base for the organization.  Such a Friend promises to pay AIMMM an amount of Rs 10,000 per annum.

At the beginning of the new term, there were only three active CFM members left. Of which, one expressed his disinclination to continue his contribution, but the other two fervently paid their share. The President Mr Navaid Hamid, the Secretary General Mr Mujtaba Farooq, the General Secretary (Finance) Mr Ahmed Raza and other office-bearers and members took active interest towards mobilizing philanthropists to come forward and help the Mushawarat by joining the CFM with their commitment of providing it a stable financial source for its recurring and planned activities. Consequently, 33 new CFM members were persuaded to join the group by 31st December 2016. Besides, 2 Associates have also joined, who each contributed Rs 5,000 to AIMMM.

Please refer complete list of CFM members in Annexure-5.

  • Organizational Structures in States

One of the priorities of the Mushawarat during the reported time was to reinforce state level organizational structures. Letters signed by the Secretary General Mr Mujtaba Farooq or General Secretary (Organizational Affairs) have been sent to the incharge/convener/presidents of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat for systematization of organizational activities. Consequently, state leadership of the Mushawarat has become somewhat active during the year, however to differing degrees right from properly elected state committee in office to expression of interest to work systematically as the constitution of the Mushawarat demands.

Election of a two-year term of Delhi Reyasati Mushawarat was held on 25 December 2016 in which Mr Khwaja Mohammad Shahid was the Returning Officer and Mr Akif Ahmad was the Observer. Elections for a two-year term have been fixed for Uttar Pradesh on January 1, 2017 in which Mr Tariq Siddiqui will be Returning Officer and Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan will go as the central observer. Functionaries of Bihar and Madhya Pradesh have also started the process for organizational elections there. The leaders of West Bengal reported that they were yet to complete the current two-year term by October 2017 and would hold elections by that time. In Jharkhand, a new convener was elected by the local members to further lead organizational work there. An ad hoc committee was formed for Telangana which will conduct elections of the state committee soon. A list of local members have been provided for the formation of executive committee in Mumbai and hopefully there will be a properly elected committee in the metro shortly. A separate structure will be formed for Maharashtra as well. Members and associates are active and take interest for the development of organizational structure in Goa, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Assam. Reorganization of committee in Gujarat is also impending.

There is no doubt that efforts for constitutionally required  state bodies of the Mushawarat are gradually making impact and many states will have properly functioning committee there by March 2017. The major states left out of the purview of the present organizational expansion comprise Rajasthan, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh and Manipur and may be covered by the ensuing year.

  • Organizational Tours

The office-bearers and other members undertook the following tours for the assigned purposes. Some other organizational visits were planned but could not be held due to some unavoidable reasons. However, the Standing Committee has chalked out a schedule of visits of Secretary General and General Secretary (Organizational Affairs) during the next few months like to Hyderabad, Mumbai, Ahmadabad, Patna, Kolkata, Guwahati, etc.

In all 26 visits were made, 7 by Mr Navaid Hamid, 11 by Mr Mujtaba Farooq, 5 by Mr Amanullah Khan and 3 by Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan.

The details of these visits may be referred in the Annexure-6.

  • Resumption of Mushawarat Quarterly Bulletin

Mushawarat Quarterly Bulletin has been published since June 2000. However, from July 2013 onwards it remained discontinued. After a lapse of almost three years, its publication was resumed with a combined copy of three quarters, i.e. from January to September 2016. In this regard, though desire to republish it was there from the very beginning of the new term but it got materialized when the President Mr Navaid Hamid requested Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan to be its editor and he gave his node. With mutual consultation between them, an editorial board was also formed comprising Dr S.Q.R. Ilyas, Shaikh Manzoor Ahmad, Mr Abdul Rashid Ansari and Mr Akif Ahmad as its members and Mr Mujtaba Farooq the Secretary General as the publisher of the Bulletin.

It was also thought proper to make it bilingual by publishing some essential documents in Urdu language, apart from main body of the text in English. The print order of the resumed issue was kept to be 1000 copies. Preparation for the issue of the next quarter, i.e. October-December 2016, is in progress.

  • Mushawarat on Social Media

In the age of social media, it is important to use it for better communication and dissemination of information. AIMMM has its website with the URL: www.mushawarat.com since 2000. During the reported time, it was redesigned under the supervision of the Executive Secretary Mr Akif Ahmad. Updation of contents such as reports, messages, press notes, publication of Bulletin, photos of activities, etc is taken up regularly though not very effectively.

Besides, the Whatsapp group of AIMMM was also created by the President Mr Navaid Hamid on 2016 with himself as its admin. It was created on 5 May 2016 and presently has 86 group members out of 204 members of the MMM. There is a need that the Mushawarat should also have a Facebook page. Though President Mr Navaid Hamid uses his tweeter account to highlight policies of the Mushawarat, but the organization needs its own tweeter-handle for having an official presence in this microblogging space.

  • Mushawarat in Print and Electronic Media

Both Urdu and national print media have been taking active interest in the Mushawarat for quite some time. Press statements and news stories on the activities of the Mushawarat have often been given due space in media.

For hobnobbing the fraternity of media, a Media Meet was organized during the year on 14 June 2016. Moreover, the Mushawarat held press conferences on the issues on minority character of Muslim institutions and violence in Kashmir in New Delhi. Press conferences were also arranged in Bhopal, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai for addressed by the President or other functionary of the organization. The General Secretary Mr. Amanullah Khan held a press conference in Aligarh for information of the proposed Annual General Meeting there, which was later on shifted to New Delhi due to assembly elections there on the same date.

Electronic channels called Mr Navaid many times as the president of AIMMM to participate in debates on such issues as violence in Kashmir, cross-border terrorism, Najeeb’s disappearance, vilification of Dr Zakir Naik and the like.

It is perhaps for the first time that OB Vans seen outside the Mushawarat to connect live debates and news on different channels.

  • Mushawarat Trust

The Mushawarat Trust was formed in 2007 for the protection of assets and properties of AIMMM. However, it became a point of discord between the Trustees of the Trust and the new leadership of the Mushawarat when it became evident that the Trust Deed does not give any access to the successive leadership of the Mushawarat in the decision-making and execution of the Trust and, in fact, was legally a separate entity. The MMA took note of the facts in the light of expert advices and took three decisions: The Building of the Mushawarat is not owned by the Trust, a new trust should be formed with proper provision to give successive Mushawarat leadership its hold and the balance of the proposed amount transferred from the AIMMM account to the Trust account should be returned back to AIMMM or its proposed trust. In order to resolve these matters between the AIMMM and Mushawarat Trust, a committee was formed by the MMA in its meeting held in Mumbai on 16 October 2016. It is hoped that the discord among all the concerned as regards the Mushawarat Trust would be settled soon.

  • Mushawarat Documents

The copyright of “Mushawarat Documents” prepared under the supervision and financial support of Dr Zafarul Islam Khan, the previous president of AIMMM, was a major touchy issue during the reported period. “Mushawarat Documents” is a name of two volumes, one in English and another in Urdu, which contain all available documents of meetings, statements and decisions of the Mushawarat since its inception in 1964 till 2014 and were informally released on the occasion of Golden Jubilee Conference. Dr Zafarul Islam Khan deems that he has the copyright of these documents as he has invested on them his time and energy, whereas there is a counter view prevailing in the Mushawarat that the organization has their copyright as the major body of the work was compiled by Mr Syed Shahabuddin, another former president, and a number of organizations and individuals helped in the collection of rare documents of these volumes and that the documents have official status for the AIMMM and should be given back to it for publication. The latter view also endorses the right of Dr Khan to get reimbursed, whatever amount he has incurred in their preparation.

The matter was first raised in the meeting of MMA on 17 April 2016 held at Bhopal. Then, in the light of decision of the MMA, Mr Mujtaba Farooq wrote a letter to Dr Zafarul Islam Khan for returning back the Documents while getting his investment being settled up. Dr Khan declined to his offer. The matter again came on the agenda of the MMA meeting held in Mumbai on 16 October 2016. Members appealed Dr Khan to hand over the Manuscript’s soft copy to the Mushawarat as his one more significant contribution to it but he was not ready. The MMA constituted a committee under the charge of Mr Mujtaba Farooq to talk to him in details on the issue and try to persuade him to go by the feelings of the members. So far no progress has been reported since then.

  • Renovation of the Mushawarat Building

Renovation of the Mushawarat building has become indispensible as it had became shabby and worn out. Moreover, with the increasing activities, it has become essential to make provision of larger space for meetings of members and activities of the organization. The decision to establish a reference library also led to the undertaken renovation.

Accordingly, it was planned to dismantle the wall of one room for expanding space of the central hall, have proper office of the President who was almost coming daily to the office. The washrooms of the flats in the building were creating problems for the renters and needed an overdue repair and maintenance work. The front elevation had grown quite shabby and was causing disrepute for AIMMM as an umbrella body of Muslim organizations. Hence, the desired renovation was gradually taken up and it is likely to complete by next few months.

Though the renovation work was initially taken up for some internal changes only, however, it gradually got on sprawling  and led to some kind of major  restoration of the building. The generous support of some philanthropists within and outside the organization has also given an impetus to it. It is hoped that the Mushawarat building will soon have President’s Office, Secretariat, library, visitors lounge, meeting room, conference hall and a eight-bed boarding facility as planned.

  • Miscellany

Under the organizational matters, the following activities are also noteworthy:

  1. A women’s meeting was held in March 2016 at Mushawarat Office joined by around 30 ladies who were giving briefing as regards the objectives, background and activities of the Mushawarat and the role of women in that regard.
  2. In the light of decision of the joint meeting of MMA and MMM on 17 July 2016 in Kolkata as regards holding a youth convention in association with the Students Islamic Organisation of India, a member organization of AIMMM, the President have discussed the matter several times with its president Mr Iqbal Hasan and with other associates of the SIO but nothing has materialized so far in that regard.
  3. In some informal meetings, the President has discussed with like-minded media persons to explore possibilities of holding a national convention of Muslim media persons for advising the Mushawarat and the community on using media effectively.
  4. When the computer of the office got dysfunctional for more than a fortnight, appeal was made for financial cooperation and consequently two computers were added in the office of which one was new one and a non-Muslim friend of one member of the Mushawarat donated the other one.
  5. One water machine and dispenser was added, which was donated by some well wisher.
  6. One flat of the Mushawarat building was given on rent whereas another was got vacated for developing accommodation to guests and visitors.
  1. Activities

The Mushawarat has carried out the following general activities during the reported period.

  • Widening the Scope of Muslim Unity

As promised by the new dispensation of the Mushawarat at the onset of the new two-year term, earnest steps were taken for widening the scope of Muslim unity. In this regard the following measures may be noted.

  1. Some previous member organizations were persuaded to rejoin the Mushawarat and consequently Indian Union Muslim League and Tameer-e-Millat (Hyderabad) renewed their membership.
  2. Some additional organizations working in different fields were successfully convinced to become member of AIMMM. Resultantly, Association of Muslim Professionals, Movement for Empowerment of Indian Muslims, All India Educational Movement and All India OBC Organisation joined it.
  3. By the previous term no member of the Shia sect remained associated with the Mushawarat. On the persuasion of the President, Maulana Dr Kalbe Sadiq rejoined it.
  4. Three eminent religious scholars of Ahl-e-Sunnat wal-Jamat have also joined the Mushawarat including Maulana Tauqir Raza Khan, Maulana Dr Yasin Ali Usmani and Maulana Hafiz Syed Athar Ali.
  5. The President met the leaders of Jamiatul Ulama Hind and All India Milli Council to explore possibility of mutual cooperation and formation of one common platform. He also wrote letters to them in this regard. Mr. Mujtaba Farooq accompanied him in the talk with former whereas Mr. Abdul Rashid Agwan joined him in the later case. The latter did not respond whereas Maulana Arshad Madni put the matter for the consideration of Executive Committee of Jamiatul Ulama Hind (Arshad) for lifting the ban on its members to join the Mushawarat, effective since 1965.
  6. In Sada-e-Ittehad Public Meeting held on 15 October 2016 in Mumbai, speakers from most sections of the Muslim society were invited to address.
  7. The Mushawarat leadership has supported the move of All India Muslim Personal law Board on the issue of Triple Talaq in spite of its certain reservations and have taken all care not to give any indication in public otherwise.
  8. The Mushawarat has actively worked on the issues of Communalism, Kashmir, Triple Talaq, Questionnaire of the Law Commission of India, Minority character of AMU, UP Assembly Elections, etc in cooperation and coordination with other Muslim organizations and platforms.
  • Responses on the Issue of Triple Talaq

When the Supreme Court admitted a petition of a woman from Uttarkhand on the issue of Triple Talaq prevalent in some sections of the Muslim community, it became apparent that a new legal debate was going to take place in the country.  And, it was soon so. All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) filed an affidavit in the apex court to contest the petition and Jamiatul Ulama subsequently followed suit. Amidst the growing controversy around ‘Triple Talaq’, the Mushawarat held a high level discussion on 16 May at India International Centre, New Delhi on “Consultation of Interference of Governments and Judiciary in Shariah”.  In order to continuously work on the issue, a committee was formed to advise the Mushawarat as regards further action in that regard. (Vide list of members under 1.6.d)

The committee prepared suggestions in the light of proceedings of the Consultation and sent the same to the President of AIMPLB as an advisory dated 19 May 2016. As there was no response from the Board and its affidavit was further scrutinized, a detailed letter was further sent to him on behalf of the Mushawarat dated 24 October 2016.

The news of Law Commission’s intention to seek public opinion on Uniform Civil Code came to light in the first week of October and it further infuriated Muslim leadership and masses who resolved to oppose the government move against the Personal Law. The President Mr Navaid Hamid constantly remained in touch with other leaders of the community and tried to shape better perspective on the issue among them. When the General Secretary of the Board, Maulana Wali Rahmani, called a meeting in New Delhi on 11 October, Mr Navaid joined it and suggested to boycott the questionnaire floated by the Law Commission of India, which was accepted and declared in public in the press conference held on 13 October 2016. It was also resolved there that the issue should not give any chance to political polarization.

The Mushawarat also held a discussion on the issue of Talaq-e-Salasa in its Mumbai session on 17 October 2016 in which more than 60 Ulama of the city and also from different parts of Maharashtra joined. It was convened by Maulana Hafiz Athar Ali, the convener of the Mushawarat’s Committee on Triple Talaq.

  • National Consultations on Awqaf

A National Level Consultation Meeting on Awqaf was organized on 3rd April, 2016 at Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. The program was cosponsored by South Asian Minority Lawyers Association (SAMLA) and Rehnuma Foundation. In this meeting 125 persons participated from 11 states. The participants included minster from a state, former members of the Parliament, chairpersons of State Waqf Boards, lawyers of High Courts and Supreme Court and a number of social activists. Based on the consultation, the Mushawarat prepared a draft Memorandum to be submitted to State Governments. The consultation was convened by Dr M.R. Haque alias Shameem Qaser, the incharge of Mushawarat’s Committee on Waqf Affairs.

Dr Haque wrote letters to the Chief Minister of Delhi Shri Arvind Kejriwal and also to the then Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Shri Najeeb Jung on administrative needs of the Waqf management in the national capital.

Another consultation of the Mushawarat on Waqf was held at Bhopal on 30 October 2016 in which 65 delegates from the city and different parts of the state joined and deliberated on the issue of protection and development of waqf properties there. At the end of the program, Dr Haque handed over a draft Memorandum to the state president of Mushawarat for giving it to the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh Shri Shivraj Singh for the needful.

  • Minority Character of AMU and Other Institutions

The Mushawarat organized a consultation on the issue of minority character of Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia Islamia on 2 February 2016 at its office. The issue became hot due to the fact that the central government has become apathetic and non-cooperative on the cases pending in the Supreme Court on their minority status and the AMU community was agitating on the government’s stand opposing the minority character of these premier institutions of India. A number of Aligharians and deeply concerned community leaders have joined the meeting.

Mr Navaid Hamid the President of AIMMM, Mr Nusrat Ali the Vice-President of Jamat-e-Islami Hind, Mr Mohammad Ahamd Secretary Jamat-e- Islami Hind, Prof. Basir Ahmad Khan, Dr SQR Ilyas, etc participated on behalf of the Mushawarat along with many other participants.

The Mushawarat leadership is constantly in touch with those who are legally fighting the case in the Supreme Court.

  • UP Assembly Elections 2017

The Mushawarat has been in the forefront for promoting values of secularism, democracy and good governance in the country. Although it is not a political party itself, the Mushawarat has always strived to influence the electoral process in the national interest. Seeing its pertaining responsibility in the forthcoming state assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, probably by March 2017, its leadership held a consultation of noted Muslim political leaders of the state on 13 June 2016, at the Central Office of the organization. Mr Navaid Hamid, the President of Mushawarat, chaired the discussion and Mr Mujtaba Farooq the Secretary General conducted it.

The participants thoroughly discussed on the political situation in Uttar Pradesh and suggested that efforts should be made to have the elections in a non-communal, unpolarized and peaceful environment so that a better political leadership could emerge from the elections.

After discussion the following resolutions were made:

  1. To consolidate voters of weaker sections of the state.
  2. Public interaction meetings should be organized in Lucknow, Varanasi, Shamli and Aligarh to assess the mood of people and to mobilize them for a proper action.
  3. To undertake tours of other cities for the same purpose.
  4. To talk to secular parties on the Muslim demands.

The President Mr Navaid Hamid has continuously tried to undertake the issue with Muslim organizations and political parties having base among Muslims so that some concrete strategy could be devised for thwarting communal polarization in the state.

  • Responses to Communal and Human Rights Situations

The Mushawarat timely responded to communal situations and human rights violations and even worked with other Muslim organizations and civil rights groups. The following activities have been reported under this category.

  1. Bijnore visit of the delegation of AIMMM.
  2. Statement against Khattar Government of Haryana on persecution of Muslims in the name of cow vigilantism in his state.
  3. Resolutions on the communal situation have been adopted in different organizational meetings.
  4. The Mushawarat joined many joint demonstrations at Jantar Mantar and elsewhere as co-organiser generally through its Delhi State Unit, which were held against Dadri episode, cow vigilantism in parts of India, intimidation of Akhlaq’s family, atrocities on Dalits and Muslims, 1984 killings of Sikhs, Babri Masjid demolition, etc.
  5. The President responded on the arrest of JNU students Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya in February 11, 2016 and on the mysterious disappearance of its student Najeeb Ahmad.
  6. The President Mr Navaid Hamid wrote a letter to the chairman of National Minority Commission on increasing atrocities against Muslims in different parts of the country on 22 September 2016 on which he promptly acted.
  7. Its delegation visited Una for showing solidarity with Dalits.
  8. The Mushawarat managed to send a delegation to Jharkhand to enquire lynching of some Muslim youths there.
  9. AIMMM endorsed the document of National Council of Churches of India as regards the status of religious liberty in India, which was subsequently submitted to the Universal periodical Review of United Nations by the NCCI.
  10. The Mushawarat passed resolutions on the issue of Dr Zakir Naik who faced media trial on a concocted issue.
  11. The President wrote a letter to the Home Minister Sh. Rajnath Singh on cases against Milli Gazette, a well-known fortnightly published from New Delhi.
  • Responses on the Issue of Violence and Persecution in Kashmir

Kashmir has recently seen one of the longest phase of public disturbances and violence after the killing of Burhan Wani, on 8 July 2016 in a joint operation of Jammu and Kashmir Police and Rashtriya Rifles. All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat, being a vanguard to work for the safety and protection of Muslims in the country, has tried its level best not only to influence the public discourse on these unfortunate developments but also attempted to directly approach some of the stakeholders to lead to a better course. Some of the measures are as hereunder.

  1. It organized a meeting on the need of Dialogue in Kashmir on 31 May, 2016 with the former RAW chief A.S. Dulat as the key speaker and Mr Iftikhar Gilani and Saba Naqvi as other speakers.
  2. When the Pakistan High Commissioner, Mr Abdul Basit, visited the office of AIMMM on 22 April 2016, it was desired by the discussants that India and Pakistan should go on stressing on the importance of dialogue between the two neighboring countries.
  3. Mr Navaid Hamid, the President of Mushawarat, was one of its signatories of the statement signed on 12 July 2016 by leading civil rights leaders in condemning regressive government policies in Kashmir.
  4. The above statement was widely circulated in media and its full text was distributed among the members who attended the meeting of AIMMM in Kolkata for propagation and advocacy.
  5. The President of the Mushawarat has also tried to persuade leaders of Muslim organizations to jointly visit Kashmir and meet people there. But somehow, it could not be finalized.
  6. The President Mr Navaid Hamid had joined a meeting of Muslim leaders by the end of July called by Maulana Arshad Madni, the President of Jamiat Ulama Hind, on the alarming situation in Kashmir. Prominent personalities and key functionaries of well known Muslim organizations attended it. It was strive by the participants to issue a joint statement on the worsening situation there. However, Mr Navaid insisted that the role of Pakistan in aggravating the situation should also be mentioned in the statement, and due to reluctance of some participants, the idea of issuing a joint statement was dropped.
  7. In the press conference of AIMMM held in its office on19 September 2016 on the situation in Kashmir was the main issue and the press release issued on this occasion expressed the viewpoint of the organization evidently.
  8. Mr Navaid Hamid used to tweet on current issues including the disturbances in J&K.
  9. Mr Navaid Hamid has participated in several debates on TV channels on the appertained developments in Jammu and Kashmir and effectively put his views in public domain as and when called for.
  • Dalit-Minority Cooperation

As resolved at the beginning of the term to undertake dialogues of Muslim leadership with counterparts of different sections, the Mushawarat held its first meeting with Dalit leaders on 2 April 2016 at its office, joined by around 25 members of both the sections. Mr Navaid Hamid the President of Mushawarat, Mr Intizar Naeem the Assistant Secretary of Jamat-e-Islami Hind, Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan the Delhi State President of AIMMM, Adv. Feroz Khan Ghazi the President of SAMLA, Dr Javed Jamil member of MMM, Mr Syed Tahseen Ahmad General Secretary of the Delhi Reyasati Mushawarat, etc participated on behalf of the Muslim community. On the side of Dalit leadership renowned Christian scholar Dr John Dayal, the President of NCDOR Mr Rajni Tilak, the President of Samagra Vikas Sanghathan, Dr Minakshi Bangar, Adv. KKL Guatam, etc joined. It was resolved that those who joined the meeting will comprise the Organizing Committee on the proposed convention on Muslim-Dalit cooperation. The convention will be on Minority-Dalit Cooperation to make it wide based. It was finalized that the convention would be held on 26-27 November 2016, confiding with the Constitution Day.

  • Una Visit

A delegation of All India Muslim Majlis-e- Mushawarat (AIMMM) met Dalit victims of the southernmost part of Gujarat in the evening of 28 July 2016 for expressing solidarity with the victims. Thrashing of 7 Dalit youths on 11 July 2016 by a group of caste Hindus in Mota Samdhiyala village of Una Taluka, District Gir Somnath (Junagarh) in Gujarat led to a nation-wide turmoil on the event. Still, the Mushawarat’s delegation was the first civil society group that reached there.

The President Mr Navaid Hamid took the initiative and formed the delegation comprising himself, Maulana Asghar Imam Mahadi the Vice-President of AIMMM and General Secretary of All India Jamiat Ahle Hadees and Mr Mohammad Ahmad Secretary of Jamat-e-Islami Hind, all from New Delhi and Mr Shafi Madni the Treasurer of Welfare Party of India from Ahmadabad. Besides, Mr Mirza Ikram Baig a local Muslim activist, local Ward Councilor Mr Imtiyaz Sayyed and journalist Mr Fayyaz from the state have also joined it. The visit received major media coverage in Gujarat.

The three leaders of Mushawarat reached Ahmadabad by early morning flight from New Delhi to Ahmadabad on 28 July 2016. They met victims who were hospitalized in the Civil Hospital of the state capital for due treatment by that time. Members of the groups reached by 6 PM to the targeted village after taking some rest the Una town, where they discussed with the families of the victims and local people for about two hours, addressed media and started back journey late night, reaching the national capital only after 30 hours of the cumbersome journey.

While speaking to media, the delegation raised the following demands:

  1. The state government should order a CBI enquiry on the incident.
  2. The atrocities against Dalits should be stopped with zero tolerance.
  3. Cow vigilantism should be banned. Rule of law should be established.
  4. Stern punishments should be given to the culprits perpetrating violence against weaker sections.
  5. The state government should give government jobs to the victims as compensation.
  • Bijnore Visit

Bijnore District became communally tensed on 16 September when three Muslims were killed in the morning by an armed mob in village Paida over the alleged harassment of Muslim girls of the village by some youths of Jat community. A five-member delegation of the Mushawarat visited the village two days after the event and met media and people in Bijnore city, apart from the victimized families in the village.

The delegation was led by Mr Navaid Hamid the President of AIMMM and joined by Mr Mujtaba Farooq the Secretary General of the organization, Mufti Ataur Rahman Qasmi member MMA, Mr Mohammad Waseem Khan of the Delhi State Mushawarat and Mr Firoz Ahmad. The delegation met the affected family and talked to the media to highlight gravity of the event. It was a marathon visit from early in the morning of 18th September till late in the night, covering a distance of more than 400 km.

The delegation raised the following demands for providing justice and preventing such incidents in future:

  1. Stern punishment should be given to the culprits and cases under section 302 should be registered against the culprits rather than depicting the incident as a communal conflict.
  2. The investigation should be transferred to the CBCID, as local police was found favoring the attackers rather than the victims and also to find out whether it was politically motivated.
  3. A compensation of Rs 50,00,000 should be granted on each death to the close relatives rather than Rs 20,00,000 which had been given by the state government to the affected families.
  4. One member of each affected family should be given government employment.
  5. The affected families and local Muslims should be provided due safety.
    • Mushawarat’s Inputs on National Education Policy 2016

The announcement of the process of formulation of “New Education Policy 2016” by the central government caused concerns among various sections of the country including Muslims. In the wake, the concerning department of Ministry of Human Resource Development invited public response on its document, for finalization of the National Education Policy 2016. On behalf of All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat, many points were raised and conveyed to the Ministry within the stipulated time, i.e. by 30 September 2016. This response was not on the anticipated National Education Policy as such but on the concerning document provided for inputs and suggestions. (Vide details in the Mushawarat Quarterly Bulletin Vol.11 No. 1-3.)

  • Dialogue with Civil Society

On receiving a proposal from representatives of National Association of People’s Movements (NAPM) to organize a dialogue of Muslim leadership with Civil Society activists on mutually concerned issues, a joint preparatory meeting was held at the office of Value Rights Associates in the evening of 26 December 2016. The meeting was chaired by the AIMMM President Mr Navaid Hamid and joined by Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan, Mr Arshad Ajmal and Mr Syed Tahseen Ahmad (representing the NAPM). A note on the Muslim perspective on the possible issues of the proposed dialogue was discussed and it was advised that the same should be sent to Dr Sunilam, the National Convener of NAPM, for consideration and further action. It was also resolved to have a larger meeting of the concerned for planning the event suggestively on 22 February 2017.

  • Public Meetings

Two public meetings have been organized during the reported year under the aeigis of AIMMM, on the occasion of meetings of the central bodies in the respective cities. The first one was held in Kolkata on 17 July 2016, in which around one 500 people attended. The other one was held in Mumbai in which more than 3000 people were there to hearing speakers of Sada-e-Ittehad Public Meeting. (Please refer relevant information elsewhere in this report.)

  • Endorsement to Indian Submission in the UPR-UNO

An endorsement letter signed by the Executive Secretary of AIMMM, Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan, dated 22 September 2016, was sent to the National Council of Churches (NCCI) on “A Civil Society Joint-Submission on The Freedom of Religion or Belief in India” for inclusion in the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) 2017. The said document was prepared by National Council of Churches in India (NCCI) and desired like-minded organizations to endorse it. It may be noted that the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a mechanism of the United Nations’ Human Rights Council (HRC) that emerged from the 2005 UN reform process to periodically conduct country reviews on human rights situations.

The matter was discussed with a delegation of the NCCI, which reached the Mushawarat Office in the evening of 19th September, led by the MMM member Mr Aaris Mohammad. On that occasion, a meeting was convened by the Mushawarat in which six Muslim organizations participated and were prepared to separately endorse the document for building international pressure on the issue of deteriorating situation as regards religious liberty in India.

  • Miscellany
  1. Discussion on Dialogue on Kashmir

A meeting was held at the office of the Markazi Majlis-e-Mushawarat on 31 May 2016 to highlight the need for dialogue among stakeholders on the worsening law and order situation of Jammu and Kashmir. The program was chaired by the President of Mushawarat Mr Navaid Hamid whereas the former chief of RAW Mr A.S. Dulat, expert on Kashmir issue Mr Iftikhar Gilani and well known journalist Ms Saba Naqvi were key speakers of the evening. It was joined by many local members and associates of the Mushawarat.

  1. Pakistan High Commissioner’s Visit to the Mushawarat

Pakistan High Commissioner Mr Abdul Basit visited Mushawarat’s Central Office on 22 April 2016 and a meeting of members and associates of the organization was held on that occasion in which apart from the guest, Mr Navaid Hamid, the President of Mushawarat, expressed views. The Secretary General of the Mushawarat Mr Mujtaba Farooq welcomed the guest and conducted the program. Many local members and associates of the host organization joined the program including Mr Ejaz Ahmad Aslam, Mr Khawaja Muhammad Shahid, Mr Abdur Rashid Agwan, Maulana Dr Seesh Taimi, etc.

  • Meeting with Turkish High Power Delegation

The president of Mushawarat joined a special meeting of Indian Muslim leaders on 29 September 2016 at India Islamic Cultural Centre, New Delhi with a high power core member delegation led by Mr Omer Korkmaz, the chief Advisor to the President of Republic of Turkey. Other Indian participants of the meeting comprise Mr Arif Ali vice-president of Jamat-e- Islami Hind, Maulana Asghar Ali Imam Mehdi Salfi the vice president of AIMMM and the general secretary of Jamiat Ahle Hadees, Mr Rizwan Rafiqi of Human Welfare Foundation, Mr Sajid M. of Media One, representative of Institute of Objective Studies, and the host Mr Gohar Iqbal. The meeting was sort of exercise of the Turkish delegation to explore avenues of cooperation between Indian and Turkish people.

  1. Discussion on Abusalih Sharif’s Book

A discussion on the to-be released book of US India thinktank scholar Dr Abulsaleh Sharif on “Institutionalizing Constitutional Rights: Post- Sachar Committee Scenario” was held in the evening of 8 June 2016 at the Mushawarat Meeting Hall. Apart from the learned author, Mr Navaid Hamid the President of Mushawarat and the chairman of US India Policy Institute (USIPI) Mr Abdul Rashid and Mr Mujtaba Farooq the Secretary General AIMMM were there on the dais.

The book was published by Oxford University Press in April 2016 and it was going to be released in India the next day. Mr Navaid Hamid recalled his long association with Dr AbuSaleh Sharif as one of the architect of the Sachar Committee Report and hoped that his new book would take further the debate on the glaring backwardness of Indian Muslims and suggest ways and means to alleviate it. Dr Sharif highlighted salient features of his book and its key findings and said, “This is an important work of research and analysis, aimed at increasing socio-economic inclusion and participatory decision-making at grassroots level”.

  1. Media Meet

In order to enhance its public relations, the Mushawarat planned to invite eminent media persons on Iftar, which was held on 14 June 2016 at its office. Mr Navaid Hamid chaired the discussion that preceded the dinner. The Secretary of Press Club of India, Mr Nadeem Kazmi, was the chief guest and sub-editor of Chothi Dunya Mr AU Asif conducted the proceedings which revolved around straitening mutual relationship of media persons as well as their proactive role in supporting healthy tendencies in society. More than 90 media persons from electronic and print media joined the event.

  1. Lecture on South Asian Muslim Groups

Dr Dietrich Reetz, Research Fellow at Zentrum Moderner Orient, Faculty Member Political Science at Free University Berlin and Economic Advisor – World Economic Forum, Davos, lectured on the topic “Muslim Groups of South Asia as Global Actors” at Mushawarat Meeting Hall on 10 October 2016.

The President of AIMMM welcomed the guest at Mushawarat Meeting Hall and shed light on the given theme of the guest lecture. Dr Dietrich Reetz who is also Hony. Visiting Fellow, India-Arab Cultural Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, remarked that some of the recent events in South Asia had global ramifications on the behest of Muslim groups.

  • Discussion on RTE Networking

All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM) held a discussion on “Muslim Networks for Supporting Right To Education” on 15 December 2016 in collaboration with the RTE Forum India, a platform of national educational networks working for promoting education among weaker sections of the country. Mr Navaid Hamid the President of AIMMM, chaired the meeting whereas Mr Ambarish Rai, the National Convener of RTE Forum India, was the chief guest of the program. Ms Naaz Khair, a well known freelance RTE activist, convened the discussion joined by some associates of the AIMMM and the RTE Forum, and many educational activists of Delhi and NCR. About 30 concerned activists and leading social workers participated in the discussion.

Besides the three key speakers, Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan the Chairman of Institute of Policy Studies and Advocacy, Mr Jawed Alam Khan Senior Research Officer at Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability, Mr Shaheen Ansari of Arkitect India, Dr Bhawna Pandey and Dr Aftab Alam of Delhi University, Ms Chandra Kanta Bharti  the Delhi State Convener of RTE Forum, Mr Sayed Tahseen Ahmad the President of Rehnuma Foundation, Mr Inamur Rahman the National Coordinator of All India Federation of Muslim Educational Institutions, Mr Ilyas Saifi of All India Educational Movement, Mr Ekramul Haq of Mission Taleem, Mr Riyazuddin of Jadeed Foundation Trust, Mr Faizan Arish of Khudai Khidmatgar, Mrs Shaheen Kausar Director of New Visions Public School, Mrs Reshma Bano Principal of Noba Public School and many others expressed their views and discussed on the ways and means to join the wider struggle for ensuring education as a right of every child of society.

  • The President joined late Mr Hashim Ansari’s Funeral

The news of sad demise of the oldest litigant of Babari Masjid case, Mr Mohammad Hashim Ansari, on 20 July 2016 perturbed the President of the Mushawarat, who immediately rushed to Ayodhya from Lucknow to join his funeral where he happened to be on the day to attend an Eid Milan program organized by the state unit of Mushawarat. Prof. Suleman the state president and Mr Arshad Azmi the general secretary of UP State Mushawarat also joined him in the journey, reaching Ayodhya by late afternoon for taking part in the last rituals of the legend.

  1. ix) Mushawarat’s Representation in Different Programs

Mr Navaid Hamid and Mr Mujtaba Farooq participated  in national conventions and meting of different Muslim organizations from time to time, most importantly those organized by Jamiatul Hind, Jamat-e-Islami Hind, All India Milli Council, Indian Union Muslim league, Welfare Party of India, Students Islamic Organisation of India, Ittehad-e-Millat Council, etc. They also joined different community programs in that capacity such as educational conference, public meetings, school functions, public discussions, demonstrations, etc.

Annexure

Annexure -1

List of Office-Bearers and Members of MMA

SN NAME PARTICUALRS
1 Mr Navaid Hamid President
2 Ml. Asghar Ali Imam Mehdi Salfi Vice-President
3 Ml Dr Sayed Kalbe Sadiq Vice-President
4 Mrs Uzma Naheed Vice-President
5 Mr Mujtaba Farooq Secretary General
6 Mr Amanullah Khan General Secretary
7 Mr Ahmed Raza General Secretary
8 Mr Samar Hamid General Secretary
9 Mr Shaikh Manzoor Ahmad General Secretary
10 Mr Syed Shahabudin Advisor
11 Dr Zafarul Islam Khan Elected Member
12 Mufti Ataur Rahman Qasmi Elected Member
13 Mr Ahmad Rashid Shervani Elected Member
14 Prof. Akhtarul Wasey Elected Member
15 Mr Sultan Ahmad, MP Elected Member
16 Ml. Mohammad Wali Rahmani Elected Member
17 Ml. Sayed Jalaluddin Umri Elected Member
18 Ml. Badaruddin Ajmal, MP Elected Member
19 Ml. Mohd. Asrarul Haque Qasmi Elected Member
20 Dr Sayed Farooq Elected Member
21 Mr Masoom Moradabadi Elected Member
22 Mr Khwaja Mohammad Shahid Elected Member
23 Mr Siraj Qureshi Elected Member
24 Ml. Mohammad Salim Qasmi Elected Member
25 Hafiz Rashid Ahmad Chaudhary Elected Member
26 Mr E. Ahmad Nominated Member
27 Mr Nusrat Ali Nominated Member
28 Dr Yasin Ali Usmani Nominated Member
29 Ml Hafiz Syed Athar Ali Nominated Member
30 Mr Peshimam Ghulam Mohammad Nominated Member
31 Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan Executive Secretary (Ex-Officio)
32 Mr Akif Ahmad Executive Secretary (Ex-Officio)

Annexure-2

Members of Supreme Guidance Council

SN NAME PARTICULARS
1 Maulana Mohammad Salim Qasmi, Chairman Rector, Darul Uloom Deoband (Waqf) and former president of the Mushawarat
2 Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umri Ameer, Jamat-e-Islami Hind
3 Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan Renowned scholar of Ahl-e-Sunnat-wal-Jamat
4 Mr Syed Shahabuddin Ex-MP and former president of the Mushawarat and editor of Muslim India
5 Maulana Dr. Syed Kalbe Sadiq Renowned scholar of Shia jurisprudence and chairman Era Medical College, Lucknow
6 Maulana Asghar Ali Imam Mehdi Salfi General Secretary, Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadees
7 Maulana Nizamuddin Islahi Renowned Islamic scholar and former rector of Jamiatul Falah
8 Mr Ahmad Rashid Shervani Renowned businessman and philanthropist
9 Mr Moosa Raza Former Secretary to the Government of India
10 Dr Zafarul-Islam Khan Former president of the Mushawarat and editor of Milli Gazette
11 Mr Navaid Hamid Current president of the Mushawarat

 

Annexure-3

Members of Organizing Committee for Dalit-Minority Convention

SN Name and Address/Organization PARTICUALRS
1

Mr Navaid Hamid

President, AIMMM

Chairman
2

Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan

Executive Secretary, AIMMM

Convener
3

Mr Mujtaba Farooq

Secretary General, AIMMM

Member
4

Dr John Dayal

Secretary General, All India Christian Council

Member
5

Ashok Bharti

Chairman, NACDOR

Member
6

Rajani Tilak

NACDOR

Member
7

Intizar Naeem

Secretary, JIH

Member
8

Ajit Singh

President, Ambedkar Samaj Party

Member
9

Kc Pippal

Founder President, RSVS

Member
10

Suresh Kanojea

President, Akhil Bhartiya Dalit Muslim Mahasangha

Member
11

KKL Gautam

Lawyer, Supreme Court of India

Member
12

Dr Manisha Bangar

President, Mulnivasi Mahila Sangha

Member
13

Satyendra Kumar

Director, Centre for Social Equity and Inclusion (CSEI)

Member
14 Baldev Sihag Member
15

Ac Michael

Member, Delhi Minorities Commission

Member
16

Jawed Alam Khan

Secretary, Institute of Policy Studies and Advocacy

Member
17

Vidya Bhushan Rawat

Human Rights activist

Member
18

Amar Singh

Human rights activist

Member
19

Hasan Mudassir

Akhil Bhartiya Dalit Muslim Mahasangha

Member
20

Zaheeruddin Ali Khan

Hyderabad Su- Editor Siyasat Daily

Member
21

Sharfuddin Ahmad

Vice- President, SDPI

Member
22

Dr Javed Jamil

Member, AIMMM

Member
23 Tahseen Ahmad Member
24

Sunil Kumar

Dalit activist

Member
25

Amod Vajji

Dalit activist

Member
26

Sukanta

NACDOR

Member
27

Manzoor Ali

Research Officer, CBGA

Member
28

Faisal Khan

President, Khudai Khidmatgar

Member

Annexure-4

Current Members of the Mushawarat

(31 December 2016)

  1. Member Organizations

I-Jamaat-e-Islami Hind

  1. Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umari, New Delhi
  2. Janab Mohammad Jafar, New Delhi

II- Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadis

  1. Shaikh Asghar Imam Mehdi Salfi, New Delhi
  2. Dr Mohammad Shees Taimi, New Delhi

III-All India Shia Conference

(No Current representatives)

IV-Indian National League

  1. Prof. Mohammad Sulaiman, Kanpur
  2. Mr Iqbaluz Zafar, Advocate, Biharsharif

V-UP Rabita Committee

  1. Dr Ubaid Iqbal Asim, Aligarh
  2. Dr Masood Ahmad, Aligarh

VI-Markazi Jamiatul Ulama-e-Hind

  1. Maulana Uzair Ahmad Qasmi, New Delhi
  2. Maulana Suhail Ahmad Qasmi, New Delhi

VII-South Asian Minorities Lawyers Association

  1. Mr M. Mehmood Pracha, New Delhi
  2. Mr Feroz Khan Ghazi, New Delhi

VIII-All India Momin Conference

  1. Alhaj Abdul Khaliq Ansari, New Delhi
  2. Mr Feroze Ahmad, New Delhi

IX-Students of Islamic Organisation of India

  1. Mr Iqbal Hussain, New Delhi
  2. Mr Alif Shukoor, New Delhi

X- Association of Muslim Professionals

  1. Mr Aamir Edresy, Mumbai
  2. Mr Mohammad Waseem Khan, New Delhi

XI-All India Educational Movement

  1. Mr Muzaffar Ali, New Delhi
  2. Mr Abdul Rashid, New Delhi

XII- Indian Union Muslim League

  1. Mr E. Ahamad, MP
  2. Mr E.T. Mohammed Basheer, MP

XIII- All India Majlis Tameer-e-Millat, Hyderabad

  1. Mr Mohammed Ziauddin Nayyar, President
  2. Mr Mohammed Omer Ahmed Shafeeq

XIV. Movement for Empowerment of Muslim Indians (MOEMIN)

  1. Mr Moosa Raza, Chennai
  2. Mr Akif Ahmed, Noida

XV-All India Jamiatul Quresh

  1. Mr Sirajuddin Qureshi, New Delhi
  2. Mr Atiq Sajid, President, Delhi

XV-All India OBC Organisation

  1. Mr Shabbir Ahmad Ansari, Mumbai
  2. Individual Members
  3. Mr Syed Shahabuddin, IFS (Retd.), New Delhi
  4. Mr Ahmad Rashid Shervani, Gurgaon
  5. Hafiz Rashid Ahmad Choudhary, Advocate, Guwahati
  6. Prof Allauddin Ahmad, Patna
  7. Maulana Syed Aqueel Algharvi, New Delhi
  8. Mr Ejaz Maqbool, Advocate, Noida
  9. Dr Syed Farooq, New Delhi
  10. Prof Humayun Murad, Aligarh
  11. Dr Syed Khalifatullah, Chennai
  12. Dr Zafarul-Islam Khan, New Delhi
  13. Shahzada Shabbir Bhai Nooruddin, Mumbai
  14. Prof Ahmad Sajjad, Ranchi
  15. Prof. Nafees Ahmad, Aligarh
  16. Dr Phiroz A. Poonawalla, Pune
  17. Dr S.Q.R. Ilyas, New Delhi
  18. Mr Justice P.K. Shamsuddin, Cochin
  19. Prof. Shakil Ahmad, New Delhi
  20. Mr Salman Khurshid, New Delhi
  21. Mr S. M.Y. Nadeem, New Delhi
  22. Mr Mohammad Naeem Khan, Delhi
  23. Mr Akbar H. Jung, IAS (Retd.), Noida
  24. Mr Anwarul Huda, IAS (Retd.), Noida
  25. Mr Iqbal Beg Ramzan Beg Mirza, Ahmadabad
  26. Mr Amanullah Khan, New Delhi
  27. Ambassador M. Afzal, New Delhi
  28. Mr Navaid Hamid, Delhi
  29. Maulana Ejaz Ahmad Aslam, New Delhi
  30. Maulana Nizamuddin Islahi, Azamgarh
  31. Mr K.M. Arifuddin, Hyderabad
  32. Mrs. Nusrat Shervani, Gurgaon
  33. Mr Irfanullah Khan, Mumbai
  34. Mr P.A. Inamdar, Pune
  35. Mr Mohammed Zaki Ansari, Gurgaon
  36. Mr Ishrat Aziz, IFS (Retd.), Delhi
  37. Prof Hakim Syed Zillur Rahman, Aligarh
  38. Mr Shahid Siddiqui, ex- MP, New Delhi
  39. Mr Munawar A. Peerbhoy, Pune
  40. Prof Dr Mateen Ahmed Siddiqui, Bhopal
  41. Mr Nusrat Ali, New Delhi
  42. Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan, New Delhi
  43. Dr Arshi Khan, Aligarh
  44. Mr Shahanshah Jehangir, Kolkata
  45. Dr S.M. Yahya, New Delhi
  46. Mr T.P. Imbichammad, Chennai
  47. Ml. Mohammed Shoaib Koti, Mumbai
  48. Mr Zeyaul Haque, New Delhi
  49. Mr Ahmed Raza, New Delhi
  50. Prof. Habibur Rahman, New Delhi
  51. Mr Jameel Manzar, Kolkata
  52. Mr Zafar Hameed Jung, Noida
  53. Mr Mujtaba Farooq, Aurangabad
  54. Mr Sultan Ahmad, MP, New Delhi
  55. Mr Khalid Ebadullah, Kolkata
  56. Prof J.S. Bandukwala, Vadodra
  57. Dr Mohammad Tanweer Hasan, Patna
  58. Mr Abdul Khaliq, New Delhi
  59. Mr Syed Jafar Alam, Advocate, Delhi
  60. Dr Jawed Ahmad, New Delhi
  61. Mr Abdul Qayum Khan, IFS (Retd.), New Delhi
  62. Mr Shahid Sharif Shaikh, Mumbai
  63. Mr Akhtar Husasin Akhtar, Kanpur
  64. Mr Aaris Mohammed, Hyderabad
  65. Gp. Capt. Mohammad Anwar, Gurgaon
  66. Mr Ikhlaq Husain Chishti, Kanpur
  67. Dr Akil Saiyed, Anand, Gujarat
  68. Mr Qamarul Islam, MLA, Bangalore
  69. Mr Mohammad Naushad Ansari, Patna
  70. Mr Mohammed Shafi Madni, Modasa
  71. Mr Syed Samar Hamid, New Delhi
  72. Maulana Mohd Salim Qasmi, Deoband
  73. Maulana Mohammad Wali Rahmani, Munger
  74. Maulana Junaid Ahmad Banarasi, Mumbai
  75. Mufti Ataur Rahman Qasmi, New Delhi
  76. Mr Mohammad Adeeb, Ex-MP, Gurgaon
  77. Mr Shaikh Manzoor Ahmad, Delhi
  78. Peerji Hafiz Husain Ahmad, Yamuna Nagar
  79. Prof. Qazi Zainussajidin, Meerut
  80. Mr Abdur Rahman Kondu, Srinagar
  81. Mr Shah Faisal, Delhi
  82. Dr Anwarul Islam, New Delhi
  83. Mr Kamal Farooqui, FCA, New Delhi
  84. Mr M. Khaleeque Ahmad, Allahabad
  85. Maulana Badruddin Ajmal, MP, New Delhi
  86. Mr Asaduddin Owaisi, MP, Hyderabad
  87. Mr C.M. Ibrahim, ex-MP, Bangalore
  88. Prof. Salahuddin, Ex-MP, Madhupur, Jharkhand
  89. Mr Mohammad Ilyas Malik, New Delhi
  90. Dr Mohammad Faiyaz Qasmi, New Delhi
  91. Mr Mohammad Yusuf Habib, Allahabad
  92. Maulana Mohammad Aslam Qasmi, Deoband
  93. Maulana Mohammad Sufyan Qasmi, Deoband
  94. Mr Khawja Mohammad Shahid, New Delhi
  95. Mr Chaudhari Rahat Mahmood, New Delhi
  96. Mr Safdar Husain Khan, New Delhi
  97. Alhaj Mohd. Samiullah, Allahabad
  98. Mr Abdul Mannan (Netaji), Kanpur
  99. Mr Masoom Moradabadi, Delhi
  100. Mufti Fuzailur Rahman Hilal Usmani, Malerkotla
  101. Mr Mukhtar Husain Advocate, Moradabd
  102. Prof. Badruddin Al-Hafiz, New Delhi
  103. Mr M. Abdul Qadeer, Advocate, Allahabad
  104. Mr Manzoor Ahmed, IPS (Recd.), New Delhi
  105. Maulana Azizul Hasan Siddiqui, Ghazipur
  106. Mr Mahboob Ahmad, Allahabad
  107. Dr Waseem Ahmad Khan, New Delhi
  108. Dr Javed Jamil, New Delhi
  109. Mr Anees Durrani, New Delhi
  110. Mr Mehtab Ahmed Batla, New Delhi
  111. Dr Mohammad Yusuf Tezabwala, Delhi
  112. Mr Abdul Hai Ansari, Delhi
  113. CA. Abdul Hannan Chandna, Delhi
  114. Mr Rasheed Ahmad Khan, IAS (Retd.)
  115. Dr Syed Ahmed Khan, Delhi
  116. Ml Mohammad Asrarul Haque, MP, New Delhi
  117. Mr Sikandar Hayat Khan, Delhi
  118. Mr Syyed Mansoor Agha, New Delhi
  119. Mr Mohammad Ahmad, New Delhi
  120. Dr M.R. Haque, Faridabad
  121. Dr Shakeel Ahmed Samdani, Aligarh
  122. Mufti Nazar Tauhid, Chatra, Jharkhand
  123. Mr Muneer Ahmad Khan, Indore
  124. Mr S. Khalid Saifullah, New Delhi
  125. Mr Khurshid Hasan Rumi, Ranchi
  126. Mr Suhail Anjum, New Delhi
  127. Mr Abdul Aziz, Kolkata
  128. Dr Syed Maharul Hasan, Bhopal
  129. Mr Syed Jalaluddin Rizvi, Bhopal
  130. Mr Omar Farook Khatani, Bhopal
  131. Mr Khalid Mohammad Khan, Bhopal
  132. Dr Tasleem Ahmed Rahmani, New Delhi
  133. Er Mohammad Salim, New Delhi
  134. Mr Zuber Jabbar Gopalani, Vadodra
  135. Dr Basir Ahmad Khan, New Delhi
  136. Dr Anwarul Hai Lari, Lucknow
  137. Mrs. Uzma Naheed, Mumbai
  138. Mr K. Malikul Azeez, Chennai
  139. Mr Abdul Aziz Syed, Gurgaon
  140. Mr K.M. Fasihuddin, Hyderabad
  141. Mr Syed Tahseen Ahmad, New Delhi
  142. Prof. Ishtiyaq Ahmad Zilli, Aligarh
  143. Dr Salman Sultan, Azamgarh
  144. Dr. Nizamuddin, Indore
  145. Lt. Col (Retd.) Haris Nasim, Hyderabad
  146. Mrs. Asiya Shervani, Hyderabad
  147. Mr Saeed Mustafa Shervani, New Delhi
  148. HH Raja Mohammad Amir Mohammad Khan, Lucknow
  149. *Dr Mohammad Amir Ahmad Khan, Lucknow
  150. *Maulana Abdul Wahid Madani, Dumariaganj

Members Admitted under New Dispensation

179     Mr G. M. Dawood Miakhan, Chennai

  1. Mr Taj Mohammed Khan, Mysore
  2. Maulana Syed Ather Ali, Mumbai
  3. Maulana Dr Yaseen Ali Usmani, Badaun
  4. Dr Syed Kalb-e-Sadiq, Lucknow
  5. Mr Parwaz Rahmani, New Delhi
  6. Mr Mohammad Shafi, New Delhi
  7. Prof. Zikrur Rahman, Delhi
  8. Mr Zaheeruddin Ali Khan, Hyderabad
  9. Dr Mairajuddin Ahmed, Meerut
  10. Mrs. Bader Sayeed, Chennai (Renewed)
  11. Dr Kauser Usman, Lucknow
  12. Mr Syed Azeez Pasha, Hyderabad
  13. Mr R. Roshan Baig, Bangalore
  14. Maulana M. Tahir Madani, Azamgarh
  15. Mr Syed Irshad Ali, Bhopal
  16. Dr Abusaleh Sharif, Delhi (Renewed)
  17. Mr Nisar Ahmed, Bhopal
  18. Mr Tariq Anwar, MP, Patna
  19. Mrs. Abeda P. Inamdar, Pune
  20. Dr Syed Zafar Mahmood, New Delhi
  21. Mr Peshimam Ghulam Mohammad, Mumbai
  22. Mr Syed Sanaullah, Hyderabad
  23. Mr Farhatullah Khan, Chennai
  24. Maulana Tauqir Raza Khan, Bareilly
  25. Dr Mohammad Aftab, New Delhi

Annexure-5

Current Members of the Circle of Friends of Mushawarat

(31 December 2016)

Old Friends

  1. Bharat Sewa Trust, New Delhi (2006)
  2. Mr Syed Shahabuddin, Delhi (2013)

CFM Members who started donating from January 2016 onwards

  1. Uzma Naheed, Mumbai
  2. Rifa-Hul-Muslimeen Educational Trust, Mysore
  3. All India Educational Movement, Delhi
  4. Zikrur Rahman, New Delhi
  5. Alhaj Yusuf Habib, Allahabad
  6. Mr Sultan Ahmad, MP, Kolkata
  7. (Amanat) MJAH, Delhi
  8. Mr Shakeel Ahmed R. Khan, Mumbai
  9. Mr Shamael Nabi, Patna
  10. Mr Syed Samar Hamid, New Delhi
  11. Mr Ahmed Raza, New Delhi
  12. Uzma Raza, New Delhi
  13. Ayesha, New Delhi
  14. Sana, New Delhi
  15. Yasmin, New Delhi
  16. Hafiz M. Asim Qasmi, Deoband
  17. Dr Mairajuddin Ahmad, Meerut
  18. Mr M. Naushad Ansari, Patna
  19. Mr Ikram Ansari, Delhi
  20. Mr Syed Shaz Hamid, New Delhi
  21. Mr Ameen-e-Mudassar, Bangalore
  22. Mr Ameer Ahmed, Kerala
  23. Mr Nusrat Jamal, Lucknow
  24. Mr Ahmed Raza Faruqui
  25. Dr Kauser Usman, Lucknow
  26. Dr Phiroz A. Poonawala, Pune
  27. Dr Sayed Farooq, New Delhi
  28. Mr Abrar Islahi, Azamgarh
  29. Mrs Anjum, New Delhi
  30. Mrs Ruby Nashat, Patna
  31. Brother Educational & Social Trust, Mumbai
  32. Mr Mohammad Akmal Sharif, New Delhi
  33. Mr Athar Karim Kidwai, New Delhi

Associate Members 

  1. Mr Shoaib, Lucknow (A)
  2. Mamduha Majid, New Delhi

Annexure-6

Details of Organizational Visits of Office-Bearers

 

SN Visitor Purpose Date
1.

Mr Navaid Hamid,

President

Lucknow: To join Adhikar Sammelan 10 April 2016
Lucknow: To join Eid Milan 20 July 2016
Ayodhya: To join funeral of late Mr Hashim Ansari 20 July 2016
Una: To express solidarity with Dalit victims of cow vigilantism, along with Ml Asghar Ali Imam Mahadi and Mr Mohammad Ahmad 28 July 2016
Bijnore: To support victims of a communal attack in Paida village along with Mr Mujtaba Farooq, Mufti Ataur Rahman Qasmi and Mr Mohd. Waseem Khan 16 September 2016
Hyderabad: Organizational activities in Telangana 12-13 Nov. 2016
Calicut: To develop organizational activities in Kerala 6 December 2016
2.

Mr Mujtaba Farooq,

Secretary General

Mumbai: To join meetings for local mobilization 3 times
  Hyderabad: Exploratory visits for developing organizational structure in Telangana 2 times
  Kolkata: Meeting with local office-bearers and members 2 times
  Assam: Visit of Guwahati and Badarpur for exploring opportunities to form a chapter 2 times
  Bangalore: For initialization of work in Karnataka 1 time
  Chennai: For meeting local members 1 time
3.

Mr Amanullah Khan,

General Secretary

Kolkata: To assess organizational activities 1 time
  Patna: To assess organizational activities 2 times
Lucknow: To assess organizational activities 1 time
Bhopal: To assess organizational activities 6 March 2016
4. Mr Abdul Rashid Agwan, Ex. Secretary Lucknow: To join meeting of UP State Executive Committee 27 October 2016
Lucknow: To observe state elections 31 Dece. 2016
Bhopal: To assess organizational activities 6 March 2016

 

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