Riyadh: Nisar Ahmed elected president at BSMI general body meet

Media Release

Riyadh, Apr 21: The annual general body meeting of BSMI (Bajpe Surrounding Minorities Ithihad) here, was held on Friday April 20 at Paradise Auditorium in the city.

The event started with Qirat recitation by Shafiq Hanif and the meeting was led and presided over by the committee president Aziz Bankal Bajpe.

General secretary Sabith Hassan presented the annual activities report and the treasurer Irshad Moideen presented the annual report.

The meeting discussed the various plans that could be implemented for the development of the area covering Bajpe Jamath. The purpose of the organization was explained and future plans to be implemented were discussed, as well as some decisions taken.

A new committee of BSMI Riyadh's was formed during the event.

Nisar Ahmed was elected president, Ibrahim Bajpe and Moideen Konchar as vice presidents, Irshad Moideen as general secretary Shafeeq Shareef as secretary, Khalid Kanchi as treasurer, Tausif Moideen as convener, Sabith Hassan and Aqib Ahmed as event organizers, Aziz Bankal and Syed Bawa as advisors.

Harshad Abdullah, Samith Abdullah, Salawuddin, Imran Bhatrakare, Nizam Sunkadakatte, Razik, Salam, Mohammed Aziz, Ansar Ahmed and Yasir Pyara were elected as executive committee members. The people in the area surrounding Bajpe attended the meeting.

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