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Brotherhood Campign launched at Bangalore from SIO Karnataka

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Bangalore: Today at the press club hall of the city SIO Karnataka lauched the Brotherhood Campaign under the banner of “Many Religions One India”. The campaign is to address the issue of communal polarisation in the campuses across the state. Religious leaders from all community addressed the gathering. Sri Veerabhadhra Chennamalla Swamiji, Rev. Dr. Prasad, S. Parab Joth Singh Bali, Maulan Maqsood Imran Rashadi, Jb. KM Ashraf made deliberations on the central theme of the campaign. Mohammed Rafeeq, President, SIO Karnataka presided the event. The campaign will go ahead with various activities across the state to address the students and …

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Najeeb: SIO will conduct signature campaign

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Malappuram: Students Islamic Organisation of India has decided to collect 2.5 million signatures as a part of its nation wide campaign on finding Najeeb, a student of JNU who’ve gone missing about four months back. Signature campaigns and other kinds of protests would take part in campuses across the country and will be produced infront of the National Commission for Minorities, informed Sio Kerala state president C.T. Suhaib . Najeeb is a reminder of the well executed oppression of the fascist government against dalit and muslim minorities in India,He said. The police and the government is totally inactive on this …

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Campaign by SIO Maharashtra South Zone to built up communal Harmony

Campaign by SIO Maharashtra South Zone to built up communal Harmony and Nation Building

Witnessing a sudden spurt in communal hatred in the past couple of years Student’s Islamic Organization, SIO Maharashtra South decided to take a bold step. The Zonal Advisory Council (ZAC), in Feb 2015 decided to celebrate the multi-cultural aspect of our country under the banner “We for Constructive Thoughts” (V4CT). To raise the social fabric of India to new heights. To cleanse the air of the foul smell of communalism. To fight against the hate mongers. Brigding the gap between communities and religions in India. SIO Maharashtra South Zone decided to induce balanced thought in the youth and to shun extremism. …

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“Beyond the smoke!” Campaign against Drugs by SIO Delhi

“Beyond the smoke!” Campaign against Drugs by SIO Delhi

  SIO Delhi concludes state-wide Anti-Drug Campaign “Beyond the smoke!” at Jamia Nagar Thane “Youths are the most precious asset of a nation. The tragedy today is that today’s youths have no great purpose in life. They have no sense of social responsibility as well. In absence of these two they easily fall prey to drugs, liquor, and tobacco are ruin their life.” These thoughts were expressed by Khan Yasir, State President (Students Islamic Organisation of India, Delhi). He also quoted that millions of lives are lost annually due to intoxication yet governments are not serious in fighting the social …

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Launching Event held in mumbai for State wide Campaign “V 4 Constructive Thoughts” by SIO South Maharashtra

Launching Event held in mumbai for State wide Campaign "V 4 Constructive Thoughts" by SIO South Maharashtra

Campaign launched to battle extremism, self-centredness among students Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) has launched a campaign to fight extremist tendencies prevalent among students. The 10-day ‘We for Constructive Thoughts’ initiative will address issues such as communalism and intolerance. The student organisation will also take effort to make the younger generation  renounce its self-centric lifestyle. At the launching programme for campaign, held at marathiPatrakarBhavan in Mumbai on Sunday, SIO’s National President Iqbal Husain said , “Social harmony is indispensable for the development of the country. However, some recent incidents seem to resulted in further hatred and alienation between minorities …

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