New Delhi: “Students’ organisations have a big responsibility to fulfill and contribute to the Islamic movements in respective countries to lead Islam, Islamic community, and the existing society”, opined P.M. Salih, Secretary General while addressing the leaders of the South Region of International Islamic Federation of Student Organisations (IIFSO) in Colombo, Srilanka recently.
He further said, “We can see the contributions from all Islamic students’ movements across the globe. We can also notice that Islamic students’ movements have contributed in the development of western and European Islamic movements. Students’ organisations participated in students’ union elections and won many votes, seats and unions in University and Colleges ahead of the times than their parent organizations’ participation mainstream politics. No sincere person can deny that student organisations are immensely contributing with resources, especially human resource, to Islamic movement in global scenario.”
The meeting was called for presenting organisations and discussing youth and students affairs of the South Asia Region. Leaders of IIFSO, Islami Jamiat-u-Talaba, Pakistan; Students Islamic Movement, Srilanka; Bangladesh Islami Chhatrashibir and Muslim Students Union, Pakistan attended the 2 days conference.
All the leaders in a delegation later visited the National Headquarters of Jamaat-e-Islami, Srilanka and interacted with the leaders. They also met the Syed Muhammed, Former President of Jamaat-e-Islami, Srilanka.