38th Women Ijtema ends

Netrakona Correspondent

A three day long 38th Women Ijtema was held at the village Nandipur under sadar upazila of Netrakona which ends in Sunday  after offering Akheri Munajath.   Senior women devotee of the Ijtema Jesmin Akter of Gara village under sadar upazila conducted the final prayer. It concluded just after Johar prayer.     

According to the organizer committee, Late Ismat Ali- a Tablegue Jamat man of Nandipur Village took part Bishwa Ijtema every year and invited local Muslims to absorb themselves in way of Islam who was the main thinker to arranged Women Ijtema. 

  Late Tara Banu,wife of Late Islat Ali after getting inspiration from her husband  started and arranged Mini Ijtema for women devotees first time in his village home Nandipur 38th years back which being continued till this year. After her death her son Ali Usman Jakaria with the instruction of his mother arranged Mini Women Ijtema every year at his village home. Women devotees from Mymenshing, Sherpur, Kishoregonj, Jamalpur, Tangail, Brammonbaria districts took part in the women congregation every year. The numbers of women devotees have been increasing years after year.

With the Jumma prayer in Friday last, the Mini Women Ijtema was begun through Amm Boyan led by renowned woman devotee Norunnahar Begum of Ishwargonj upazila under Mymenshing district.

  Senior devotee Parnin Akter of Brammonbaria district, Hasfunnahr of Madanpur village, Monwara Begum of Anantapur village, Jesmin Akter of Gara village all of under sadar upazila, Khadiza Akter of Teosree village under Madan Upazila and Samsunnahar begum of Atpara upazila of Netrakona district addressed on different aspect of Islamin the light of Holy Quranand Hadith during the last three days congregation. 

Thousands of  women devotees from Netrakona, Mymenshing, Tangail, Kishoregonj, Sherpur, Jamalpur, Sunamgonj gathered on the Women Ijtema ground to join Akheri Munajth of three day long Mini Women Ijtema.

 Ali Usman Jakaria, main organizer of the Mini Women Ijtema urged upon the authorities concerned including local public representatives to take necessary step to mitigate the various problems including electrification, water supply, sanitation and others before next year’s Mini Women Ijtema.