Special trains announced for Aurangabad Ijtema 2018 to clear extra rush Current Affairs 

Special trains announced for Aurangabad Ijtema 2018 to clear extra rush

Aurangabad: South Central Railway (SCR) has announced special trains to clear extra rush of passengers attending three day Ijtema, taking place in Aurangabad from February 24. Towards Aurangabad The Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) – Gulbarga train (01075) will run on February 22. It will leave Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 04:40 pm. It is expected to reach Gulbarga next day on 4 am. The scheduled halts are Kalyan, Karjat, Lonavala, Pune, Kurduwadi and Solapur. Gulbarga – Aurangabad train (01321) will run on February 23. It will leave Gulbarga at 12:55 pm.…

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Green signal for Aurangabad Ijtema 2018 from various government departments Current Affairs 

Green signal for Aurangabad Ijtema 2018 from various government departments

Aurangabad: Deputy Police Commissioner (DCP) of Aurangabad Zone I on Saturday said Police Department has received application along with various government departments NOC’s from the organizing committee of Aurangabad Ijtema 2018 for permission to hold three days convention. Earlier, Waluj police have denied permission for Ijtema citing their inability to manage traffic and other arrangements in a letter to the Sarpanch of Limbe Jalgaon Syed Anees Aamir Patel on Wednesday. Talking to media on Saturday, DCP Vinayak Dhakne said earlier organizing committee of the convention had not obtained NOCs from…

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Police denied permission to Aurangabad Tablighi Jamaat Ijtema, Organizers still hopeful Current Affairs 

Police denied permission to Aurangabad Tablighi Jamaat Ijtema, Organizers still hopeful

Aurangabad: The Police have denied permission to Tablighi Jamaat Ijtema (convention) being held from February 24 to 26 citing their inability to manage traffic and other arrangements at Limbe Jalgaon near Aurangabad. Police Inspector Satish Kumar Tak has given a letter to the Sarpanch of Limbe Jalgaon Syed Anees Aamir Patel on Wednesday. The letter states that it is necessary to seek permission three months in advance for large gatherings like Ijtema. The letter further states, since this program is being attended by a large number of people, it is…

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Maulana Saad returns to India amid protest Current Affairs 

Maulana Saad returns to India without attending Bishwa Ijtema amid protest

Maulana Saad Kandhalvi, Ameer (leader) of Indian Tablighi Jamaat has finally returned to India today without attending the Bishwa Ijtema after the stern opposition from a faction of Tablighi Jamaat. He left Dhaka on Saturday at 11:45 am by a Jet Airways flight, Tablighi Jamaat sources at Bangladesh said. Khandhalvi arrived in Dhaka on Wednesday to attend the Bishwa Ijtema. A faction of the Tablighi Jamaat staged a demonstration near Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka in protest against the arrival of Khandhalvi from India, creating huge traffic congestion at the Airport…

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Maulana Saad won’t attend Bangladesh Tablighi Jamaat Ijtema amid protests Society 

Maulana Saad won’t attend Bangladesh Tablighi Jamaat Ijtema amid protests

Dhaka: Maulana Saad Kandhalvi, Emir (leader) of Tablighi Jamaat Nizamuddin Markaz of Delhi arrived in the capital city of Bangladesh yesterday but will not join the Biswa Ijtema which is scheduled to start on Friday in Tongi. Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Joint Commissioner Krishna Pada Roy disclosed the information while talking to journalists at Kakrail Mosque in Dhaka on Thursday morning. “Maulana Saad is currently staying at Kakrail Mosque and the decision was taken to maintain discipline in Ijtema,” DMP said. A huge number of police force has been deployed…

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