First Namaj-e-Janaja of late Mia Abdul Hamid held in Dhanmondi Eidgah Mosque
Mia Abdul Hamid, father of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Secretary General and former lawmaker (detained) Professor Mia Golam Porwar died on 17th October noon. InnalillahiWa Inna IlaihiRajiun. Today, 18th October, his first Namaj-e-Janaja held in Dhanmondi Eidgah Mosque of the capital. Late Abdul Hamid’s eldest son (detained) Professor Mia Golam Porwar led the prayer. Earlier, he got released from the prison for 8 hours on parole and took part in the funeral prayer. Late Mia Abdul Hamid will be buried in ShiromoniHafizia Madrasa graveyard after the second Namaj-e-Janaja which is scheduled to be held tomorrow 19th October Tuesday in the Khan Jahan Ali College Ground located in Fooltola of Khulna district.
Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman, Acting Secretary General Maulana ATM Masum, Assistant Secretary General Maulana Abdul Halim and Advocate Moazzem Hossain Helal, central executive committee member and Dhaka south city Ameer Nurul Islam and Dhaka North city Ameer Md. Salim Uddin, Dhaka North city Jamaat’s Nayeb-e-Ameer Abdur Rahman Musa, Dhaka south city Jamaat’s Nayeb-e-Ameer Monjurul Islam Bhuiyan, Dhaka South and North city Secretary and central working committee member respectively Dr. Shafiqul Islam Masud and Dr. Rezaul Karim, central working committee member and Bangladesh Sramik Kollan Federation’s Acting President Professor Harunur Rashid Khan and Secretary General Md. Atiqur Rahman, IslamiChhatrashibir’s central president Salahuddin Aiyubi, Dhaka Bar Association’s senior vice president Advocate SM Kamal Uddin, noted lawyer Advocate Abdur Razzaq, Professor Mia Golam Porwar’s younger brother Mia Golam Quddus and Mia Md. Muzahidul Islam, late Abdul Hamid’s relatives, leaders and activists of Jamaat-e-Islami and IslamiChhatrashibir and significant number of devotees attended the Namaj-e-Janaja.
Prior to the Janaja, Professor Mia Golam Porwar offered prayer for the salvation of his deceased father and asked the present Muslim devotees to pray for him sincerely. He also expressed his gratitude to the administration as they allowed him to take part in the Namaj-e-Janaja by releasing him on parole.