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Agreement to Establish an India Federation During the Visit of the President of The World Federation, Dr. Asgharali Moledina

Posted on Wed, 2014-10-01 21:46

The President of the World Federation, Dr. Asgar Moledina accompanied by Nasirbhai Dosani (President of Ahmedabad Sarkhej), Ghulamalibhai Meghani (President of JIBA Bhavnagar Chapter), Iqbalbhai Panju of The World Federation Secretariat, Ghulambhai Virjee, Aunalibhai Salemohamed, Riyazbhai Masani, Sajjadbhai Varreji, Altafbhai Badami, Sajjadbhai Merchant and others recently visited Tajala which is a city and a municipality in Bhavnagar district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Dr. Moledina met with Ghulamabbasbhai Bhurani (President of the Council of Gujrat).

 

 

The meeting took place at the offices of Nihal Bhurani, the son of Gulamabbasbhai Bhurani who was also present. The outcome of the discussions was very positive and all the community leaders in attendance agreed to help and work towards the formation of an Indian Federation under which all present bodies could reside. To this end a declaration was signed committing all to achieving this goal.

The agreement for the formation of Indian community leaders resolved to work tirelessly towards the formation of a sound and solid All India community body, an Indian Federation which is an important milestone for The World Federation and its members.

Dr. Moledina also visited , Bhavnagar, Limbri, Mahuwa and Ahmedabad. At Ahmedebad the president addressed the Sarkhej Jamaat and met up with the members of HUSAINI Education.









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