Jamaat-e-Islami Hind to campaign to stronger family relations

The ten day nation-wide event would start from today where different programme will be held

BIJAPUR; 18 Feb: Regretting that the number of cases related to domestic violence are increasing in the society, the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind organizations has decided to hold a national-level ten day event titled ‘ Strong Family, Strong Society’ from February 19.

Informing this at a press conference on Thursday, Jabeen Kazi, one of the functionaries of the organization said that family and domestic problems are increasing in the society which is spoiling the relations.

“ According to a report, the cases of domestic violence have multiplied during the lockdown period. The relationship between husbands and wives are reaching the brink which is also making an adverse impact on the children. In order to find a solution and help the families to leave a peaceful life, our organization has decided to hold various events to strengthen the family relations”, she said.

She said that the Organisation will hold programmes such as tea parties where women of cross sections of the society would be called to discuss this burning matter.

During the programme, the parents would be taught on how to handle the issues of their children and how children should behave with their parents.

The meeting of newly married couples would also be held by identifying them to counsel them on leading a better marital life by sorting out issues amicably before they get amplified.

“ We will be holding a door-to-door campaign also where we will be meeting the families to find out those issues and try to give them a lasting solution”, she said.

In order to spread awareness among the students about the importance of family relationships, different programmes such as quiz, essay and elocution competitions would be held. The winners would be given cash prizes also.

Besides this, national and international level webinars would be held where experts would be participating to share their views.

“ We plan to hold the event in as many colleges as possible. Whichever college allows us to conduct the programme we will do it in the interest of the people. We are earnestly hoping that more colleges will extend support”, she said.

Other functionaries such as Kousar Awati, Shehnaz Batul and Habeeba Drakshi were present.Attachments area

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