AIMPLB increases women representation by allotting 30 women in various fields

India’s top Islamic Organization has allotted members to 30 Muslim women from various fields and appointed three women as executive panel members.

The decision was taken during the two-day general body meeting held in Kanpur. The meeting was attended by 140 delegates from across the country.

Asma Zahra, from Hyderabad who runs the charitable hospital, Lucknow-based Dr. Night Parveen, who runs educational Institutions, and a social worker from Delhi Atiya Parveen have been appointed executive committee members.

These names were nominated from across the country who are qualified and practicing Muslims working in social fields.


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