Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League organized a concluding ceremony for three comprehensive courses and a training camp. The three courses (Al-Tarteel, Al-Madiha Wa-Nasheed and Al-Iblaagh Wa-Bayan) were held by the Dawah and Training department. The training camp (تدریب المعلمات کیمپ) for scholars, was held by Al-Hidayah department.
The closing ceremony was held in two parts. In the first part, Vice President MQI Bgd. (R) Iqbal Ahmad joined the ceremony as the chief guest. The ceremony started with the recitation of the holy verses of Qur'an-e-Majeed by the trainer of Al-Tarteel course, Syed Khalid Hameed Kazmi. Nasheed Trainer Tofeeq Ahmad recited beautiful stanzas of Naat-e-Rasool (SAW). Afterward, the trainer of Al-Iblaag Wal-Bayan, Safdar Ali Mohsin and Director Courses Department MQI, Hafiz Saeed Raza Baghdadi also talked at the ceremony. Bgd. (Retd.) Iqbal Ahmad presented gifts to the trainers who were onboard in the activities of both departments.
In the second part of the ceremony, Mrs. Fizzah Hussain Qadri and Ms. Durrah-tuz-Zahraa joined as chief guests. Mrs. Fizzah Hussain Qadri delivered the lecture as the keynote speaker of the ceremony.
Her talk was focused on the need and importance of companionship. She said that Holy Quran is the key connector towards Allah Almighty, knowledge of Hadith for the companionship of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and books of Awliya Allah are a substitute of their company in today's world for each one of us. She stated the names of books by renowned Sufis and Awliya Allah and advised everyone to build connection with them.
She then gave a strong incentive to develop this connection because they then shield us against committing sins and going astray. With this, she then highlighted the role of Quran scholars which become a source for people to connect with Allah Almighty and will be blessed with Divine blessings in both worlds.
Towards the end she greatly appreciated the efforts of both departments and congratulated them, particularly on this initiative to train the Quran scholars. Appreciation gifts were also presented to the lecturers for their support in these courses.