Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Religious Affairs and Da'wah has gifted 92,000 copies of the Holy Quran printed by Shah Fahd Complex to Islamic organizations in India.
The provision of thousands of translated copies of the Holy Quran during a grand ceremony held in New Delhi is a great gift from Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz to Muslims on the occasion of the fasting month. The supply of copies of the Holy Qur'an is a reflection of the efforts made by the Saudi leadership for the preservation, publication and teaching of the Book of Allah.
The event was held at the headquarters of the All India Central Ahl Hadith Association in New Delhi, in which Saudi Arabia's religious attaché in India Al-Sheikh Badr bin Nasser Al Bejidi, the official spokesman of the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Abdullah Bin Yatim Al Anzi and the Central Ahl Hadith Association All India. Emir Allama Asghar Ali Imam and heads of various Islamic organizations and Islamic religious figures participated.
Speaking on this occasion, Abdullah bin Yatim Al-Anzi, spokesman of the Ministry of Religious Affairs of Saudi Arabia, said that this gift from the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques is part of the Kingdom's care of the Holy Quran and its provision to Muslims around the world for free. . He highlighted the efforts made by the Kingdom in printing and translating the meanings of the words of the Holy Quran through the King Fahd Complex.
He said that the wise leadership of Saudi Arabia is working for the publication of the Holy Quran under the leadership of the Minister of Religious Affairs, Dr. Abdul Latif Al-Sheikh. He said that under the auspices of Shah Fahad Complex, 20 million copies of Holy Quran are published every year.
Speaking on this occasion, Allama Asghar Ali Imam Mahdi Al-Salfi, the central Ameer of Ahl-e-Hadith in India, expressed his gratitude to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman for providing thousands of copies of the Holy Quran. He said that the provision of copies of the Holy Quran by the Custodians of the Two Holy Mosques is a valuable gift for Indian Muslims.
Secretary General of Central India Scholars Association Maulana Aziz Ahmed Qasmi also addressed the event. He said that since the time of the late King Abdulaziz Al Saud, the founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Saudi ruler has been working to print and publish the Holy Quran and spread the message of the Quran. He also described the provision of copies of the Holy Quran as a valuable gift to Indian Muslims from Saudi Arabia.