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SIO demands judicial probe into the Hindutva attack on AMU

Students Islamic Organisation of India deeply condemns the Hindutva backed attack on Aligarh Muslim University campus. In a press conference at the Jamia Nagar here in New Delhi, the office bearers of SIO demanded a judicial probe into the conspiracy and the aftermath of the incidents that happened on Wednesday at the AMU campus.The attack on the AMU can be seen as an attack on the Muslim psyche by the Hindutva forces.SIO observed a larger conspiracy in the incidents that took place on Tuesday. The BJP IT cell had been circulating fake news regarding a Jinnah portrait in the campus. …

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Mission, Vision and Self-Actualization

SIO, being an Islamic students movement bases its activities on the Holy Quran and the Sunnah.The conference would have been incomplete without a session on self-actualisation. Labeed Aliya (Secretary, SIO of India), Khan Yasir (Faculty IIIS, New Delhi), Dr.Hassan Raza (Director IIIS, New Delhi), Dr Inayathullah Subhani (Author & Islamic Scholar), Athiyya Siddiqa (Secretary, JIH), Syed Sadathullah Hussaini (Vice-Syed President JIH) enlightened the audience JIH) under various topics. Learning from the past; visions for a bright future The history of the glorious 35 years of SIO is something that will be embarked in the annals of Indian Islamic Movements. The …

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DEMOCRACY, PUBLIC CONSCIENCE: FOSTERING ALTERNATIVE MEDIA SPACES

  DEMOCRACY, PUBLIC CONSCIENCE: FOSTERING ALTERNATIVE MEDIA SPACES Syed Azharuddin began his welcome address remarking the role of media in the ideal democratic imagination. The Indian media becomes a centre for misinterpretation running away from the principles of the fourth pillar of democracy. In such turning of the development, we ourselves should become the media utilising social media. Social media is an alternative space for the people at the present. He cited Kanganj violence as an instance where it went unreported prior to the alive social media vibe and discussions. Indian media is known for its marginalisation of the voices …

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‘ISLAMOPHOBIA ACT SHOULD BE ENACTED’ -KK SUHAIL

JUDICIARY UNDER TRIAL, EDUCATION AT CROSSROADS Third Session of the National Conference produced new intuitions on the developments in India when Judiciary is under severe criticism from its own quarters and the public and public education are at a turn-point in the rule of new government. The chief guest of the program, Jignesh Mewani called in for a new dawn of Dalit-Muslim politics that will offer a revolutionary phase to the politics in the nation. It witnessed discussion to the new crisis the minorities are suffering in the crossroads when the space of academics is turning more secessionist and Brahmanic. …

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RESISTANCE, DIGNITY, AND YOUTH OPPOSITION- UNDOING MAINSTREAM NARRATIVES

Students belonging to different political organizations across universities shared their views, aspirations and hopes making it a mind-blowing session before a curious audience. Masihuzzama Ansari (Ex-National Secretary,SIO) Mr Ansari started delving into the regions diversity of nation challenged. He opined that the gathering will tell them love is greater than hatred. A dawn of fear is arising, when academic debates stay away without discussing fundamental problems. We the People in the constitution doesn’t mean some, but it means hamm andaap. There is no need to be in a panic, when the struggle and rule of the law are still active …

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“Identity and History of Quds Will Not Be Forgotten – Wael Batterkhi.

The three-day conference organised by the Students Islamic Organisation of India on Feb 23,24,25 2018, will be an unabated presence in the annals of Indian Islamic History for promoting confidence and unity among the unity at a time when it is in need of it badly. Conference started with Flag hoisting and full of enthusiasm of cadres from across the nation. ‘Identity and History of Quds Will Not Be Forgotten’ – Wael Batterkhi. Grant beginning to SIO All India Conference. Wael Al-Batterkhi, Minister Counsellor, Embassy of the State of Palestine was the chief guest of the session. Mr.  Wael began …

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CBSE filed counter affidavit fulfilling the demands of SIO

New Delhi: The two demands of SIO have been accepted by the authority and Today in Delhi High Court SIO’s counsel requested the court to dispose the petition. UGC reinstated Biannual NET Exam & also increased the age limit by two years, earlier SIO had demanded the interference of UGC to direct the CBSE to waive the practice of conducting the examination singularly in a year. The Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) has filed a petition in the High Court of Delhi asking CBSE to take back its decision to suspend the tests and the honorable High Court has …

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Justice Loya’s death; SC verdict gruesome: Nahas Mala

Nahas Mala (President, SIO of India) expressed his strong discontent over the Supreme Court judgment dismissing petitions asking for an independent investigation into the suspicious death of Justice Loya. The top judges of India had a couple of months back raised concerns over the mishandling of the case of death of Justice Loya, which had multiple dimensions as done suspiciously by the CJI. He also added that these concerns assume significance after the SC judgment. The court judgment is solely based on the statements of the judges who had accompanied Justice Loya to Nagpur. “There are many stones which still …

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SIO condemn the government’s betrayal of JMI’s Minority Status

SIO organised, Press Conference on JMI Minority Status, MANF and Education in minority concentrated districts across the nation at Press Club of India, New Delhi. JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA MINORITY STATUS The submissions made by the Government of India before the Delhi High Court on the minority Character of JMI doesn’t only neglect the fundamental rights of minorities guaranteed under the constitution but also reflects the shaky commitment of the current dispensation towards the diversity of the Nation. The change of central government’s stance on the Minority character of JMI amounts to the denial of historical facts. We firmly believe and assert …

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Up Against Systemic Killings – SIO

Nahas Mala (President, SIO of India) said, we express great anguish over the unjustifiable delay in the heinous rape and murder of an 8 year old girl, Asifa. We demand to punish the culprits who all involved in murder of an innocent child.   Nahas further added, we are also concerned by the brazen manner which is being used to counter the campaigns for justice and shield the culprits. Nothing can be worst than protecting the MLA and threatening the family of victim of Unnao. PM should break his silence and clarifies what he means “Beti Bacaho”? Demanded Nahas.   …

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