The Khyber Medical University (KMU) Peshawar, organized the Sira un Nabi Conference in connection to celebrate Eid Milad-un-Nabi with religious fervor on the occasion of Ashra Rahmatullil Alamin in accordance with the directives of the Federal Government and especially the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
In this regard, a Sirat-un-Nabi conference was held in the multipurpose hall of the university in which Husan Qirat, Naat Khwani, and speech competitions on Sirat-un-Nabi were organized.
Special Assistant to the CM Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) for Higher Education and Information Kamran Khan Bangash was the chief guest whereas the vice-chancellor KMU Prof Dr Zia ul Haq, Additional Secretary to the Governor KP Saif-ul-Islam, dean basic medical sciences Prof Dr Jawad Ahmed, Conference Coordinator and Director IHPE & R Dr Braikhna Jamil, heads of different institutions, faculty, administrative officers and a large number of students were also present at the occasion.
Kamran Khan Bangash said that the management of KMU, especially the vice-chancellor deserves congratulations for a celebration of the Sira un Nabi conference and Ashra Rahmatullil Alamin in the light of the instructions of the Federal Government and especially the Prime Minister.
He said that the purpose of celebrating Ashra Rahmatullil Alamin is to acquaint the entire nation with various aspects of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH). The message of Sira un Nabi is to live in the light of the instructions of the Qur’an and Sunnah for success in this world and in the hereafter.
Kamran Bangash said that the strong voice raised by Prime Minister Imran Khan against the blasphemy against the Holy Prophet (PBUH) by the western nations on the UN platform was not only the sentiments of the entire Pakistani nation but also the sentiments of two billion Muslims.
He said that the purpose of celebrating Ashra Rahmatullil Alamin by the government is to create unity in the nation in the light of Islamic teachings and to show the determination that the people of Pakistan as a nation not only have a strong bond of devotion and respect to Prophet Muhammad(PBUH).
In fact, the Pakistani nation is not ready to tolerate any insolence in the honor of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) under any circumstances.
Prof. Dr. Zia ul Haq said that the example of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) is a role model for us as he has set in all walks of life a beacon for all humanity.
The hardships and sufferings that he endured to eradicate the darkness of ignorance and polytheism are the result of his sacrifices that today not only two billion Muslims live in the corners of the world but also the flag of Islam is flying in 56 Islamic countries of the three continents.
He said that only by following the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) on tolerance, forbearance, and respect for humanity, we can achieve the good of this world and the hereafter.
The renowned religious scholar Maulana Hassan Faruq and Additional Secretary to Governor KP Saif ul Islam also spoke to the function and at the end they along with the vice-chancellor jointly distributed certificates and prizes among the first, second, and third position holders in the Husan Qirat, Naat Khwani and speech competitions