Jamiat-Jamia-Deoband to hold meeting to allay CAA fears | WeForNews | Latest News, Blogs Jamiat-Jamia-Deoband to hold meeting to allay CAA fears – WeForNews | Latest News, Blogs
Connect with us

Cities

Jamiat-Jamia-Deoband to hold meeting to allay CAA fears

The MRM believes most of the problem is due to the rumours being spread about CAA regarding proof of identity. Therefore, doubts must be allayed.

Published

on

Protest against CAA Jamia Girls

New Delhi, Jan 14 : The Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind will on Thursday hold a conference with 200 clerics and students of the Jamia Millia Islamia here to allay fears and doubts among certain sections of the Muslims amid protests and growing controversy over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) that was enforced on January 10.

According to the RSS-affiliate Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM) spokesperson, Nafees Hussain, Jamiat president Suhaib Qasmi will chair the meeting at Constitution Club here with leaders of the Deoband seminary, Ahle Hadith, Bareilly Sharif and Nizamuddin Dargah.

The Jamia students have been invited to the conference, as it was from this varsity that the movement erupted on December 15, when students and protesters clashed with Delhi Police after anti-CAA slogans were raised following the enactment of the CAB on December 11. It then spread like wildfire across the country.

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has taken responsibility to arrest the growing controversy over the new Citizenship Act.

According to sources, the MRM will involve the clerics across the country to reach out to the larger Muslim population.

According to an MRM cadre, they will discuss the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the problems arising from it. They will try to handle questions related to the growing animosity and confusion among the Muslims on CAA.

The MRM believes most of the problem is due to the rumours being spread about CAA regarding proof of identity. Therefore, doubts must be allayed.

According to Hussain, such type of awareness event will also be held in other states and cities.

Cities

79 including 39 doctors of Kolkata hospital quarantined

This sent alarm bells ringing, and the 79 personnel including 39 doctors were sent on quarantine for 14 days.

Published

on

By

Coronavirus outbreak

Kolkata, April 7 : 79 personnel including doctors, nurses and health workers of Nil Ratan Sarkar Medical College and Hospital were sent on quarantine and a ward closed down on Monday after the test results of a youth received after his death detected him coronavirus positive.

The youth, who was admitted in the male medicine ward with haemophilia, was initially kept in the general ward. But as his condition began deteriorating, he was transferred to the critical care unit, where he died on Saturday.

With the youth developing Corona virus like symptoms before his death, he was tested for the infection. The test results received on Monday, found him positive.

This sent alarm bells ringing, and the 79 personnel including 39 doctors were sent on quarantine for 14 days.

The entire ward will remain shut for at least 48 hours during which it will be sprayed with germicides.

“Those sent on quarantine will be housed in the government quarantine centre at Rajarha, some hotels or live in home isolation. They will resume their duties after 14 days,” said NRS Medical College Hospital superintendent Dwaipayan Biswas.

A section of doctors said had the report come early, the problem would not have risen in the first place as the doctors and other personnel could have taken precaution.

Continue Reading

Cities

Odisha sees coronavirus cases rise to 40

Out of the total positive cases, two persons have already been cured and discharged from hospital.

Published

on

By

Naveen Patnaik

Bhubaneswar, April 6 : The total positive coronavirus cases in Odisha touched 40 after a man from Kendrapada, who had returned from Dubai last month, was confirmed positive for the disease on Monday.

A 32-year-old male from Kendrapada who had returned from Dubai on 24 March is confirmed positive for COVID-19, the Health Department said in a tweet.

Out of the total positive cases, two persons have already been cured and discharged from hospital.

Continue Reading

Cities

Kerala’s IMA unit wants further three weeks lockdown

It recommended that there should be opening in certain sectors and this be done in a phased manner.

Published

on

By

Guwahati Road Highway

Thiruvananthapuram, April 6 : The Kerala unit of the Indian Medical Association on Monday pitched for the present lockdown to be extended by another three weeks, to save the gains of the present three weeks.

“We have been interacting with a wide range of experts from across the world and have come to this conclusion. We have had substantial gains in containing the spread of Covid-19, just because of the strong measures that were adopted. If the lockdown is lifted, then Kerala would see a huge influx of people from other states and abroad and this could be detrimental to us and hence the lockdown should be extended for another three weeks,” state IMA president Abraham Varghese said in a letter to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

Meanwhile, the special task force, set up by Vijayan on the advice of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for suggestions, submitted its report in which it recommended that the lockdown should be lifted only partially and it should not happen in one go.

It recommended that there should be opening in certain sectors and this be done in a phased manner.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

Most Popular