Markaz spent millions across the country for Ramadan humanitarian projects

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A grand Iftar meet organized by Jamia Markaz as part of Markaz Ramadan Conference 2018.
A grand Iftar meet organized by Jamia Markaz as part of Markaz Ramadan Conference 2018.
Calicut: Jamia Markaz has been spent one crore rupees for organizing ifthars only across the country. The arranging of ifthars have largely organised in the different parts of selecting locations where Muslims live at miserable conditions: said Kanthapuram AP Aboobacker Musliyar, the general secretary of Jamia Markaz at a mass spiritual conference conducted in the 25th night of Ramadan at Markaz campus. Markaz also has been spent tens of millions for helping marginalised people in this month, sheltering them with enough dresses, food kits and educational equipment in the holy month. In the spiritual conference Kanthapuram also said that those who still preserve the spirituality of Islam with its utmost perfection are Sunni Muslims . Conducting spiritual gatherings in the sacred days purify their hearts with the thoughts of God, that in turn lead them to live sinlessly in the worldly life. Perfect believers always are moderate in preserving the values of the country and the religion: He added. 
A special pray for was also organised in the conference to protect the state from the deadly virus Nipha. A mass Iftar also organised. Thousands of believers from different corners of the state attended the conference. Sayyid Ali Bafaqi, the president of Markaz, chaired the conference. Sayyid Zainul Abideen Bafaqi, C Muhammed Faizy, Dr AP Abdul Hakim Azhari and Dr Hussain Saquafi Chullikkod talked.