All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief, Asaduddin Owaisi, appealed to the Muslim community to celebrate the Milad-un-Nabi festival without causing inconvenience to other communities.

At a public meeting held in Old City, Owaisi said Prophet Mohammed had always preached peace and humanity and the occasion Muslims should not prove a bane for the public. He said that the participants in the processions taken out on the occasion should cooperate with the police department to ensure it passes off without hassles and without causing inconvenience to the general public.

The Milad-un-Nabi – the

birthday of Prophet Mohammed – will be celebrated on Wednesday across the city. A grand rally is planned by the Sunni United Forum of India and other organisations in the Old City. 

Several religious meetings are to be held on the occasion. Many organisations are conducting blood donation camps, food camps, Islamic Quiz competitions and other events to celebrate the occasion across the city.

As part of the celebrations, a blood donation camp was held on Sunday at the Dargah Quadri Chaman in Falaknuma. Several persons donated blood during the program.

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