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Tehreek-i- Nafaz Fiqh Jafariya demonstrates in Pakistan, demands reconstruction of shrines in Janatul Baqi Pakistan
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Tehreek-i- Nafaz Fiqh Jafariya demonstrates in Pakistan, demands reconstruction of shrines in Janatul Baqi

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 01 May 2023, 11:12 am

Rawalpindi:  Tehreek-i- Nafaz Fiqh Jafariya (TNFJ) members on Saturday demonstrated against  demolition of the holy sites in Janatul Baqi around a century ago on Shawwal 8, 1344 AH, media reports said.

Participants of the protest while Observing “Alamgir Youm-i- Inhadam-i- Janatul Baqee” demanded that shrines of the companions, daughter, descendants and wives of the Holy Prophet should be rebuilt, reports Dawn News.

The procession held from Committee Chowk to Imam Bargah Col. Maqbool Hussain, an was addressed TNFJ Information Secretary Allama Qamar Zaidi, Alhaj Ghulam Murtaza Chauhan and other leaders, the Pakistani newspaper reported.

The rally called for reconstruction of Jannat-ul-Baqi and Jannat-ul-Mualla’s holy shrines.

In Islamabad, the rally was taken out from Darbar Sakhi Mehmud Badshah and concluded at Aabpara Chowk and was addressed by Allama Basharat Imami.

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