Islamic scholar and founder of ‘Rahmani 30’ Wal Rahmani has passed away

Islamic scholar and founder of ‘Rahmani 30’ Wal Rahmani has passed away
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He was also a member of the state legislature once.

Prominent Islamic scholar and head of A Sharia Bhawan Wal Rahmani died here on Saturday. Kovid-19 was confirmed less than a week before his investigation, after which he was admitted to a private hospital. Rahmani was 78 years old and a resident of Mungar district in Bihar. Read more: Tej Pratap lashes out at Jagdananda, state president of his own party, says Lalu Prasad is sick because of such a man

He was also a member of the state legislature once. According to Dr Abdul Hai, one of the directors of the hospital where Rahmani was admitted, Rahmani breathed her last this morning. “He was admitted three or four days ago. Less than a week before his infection was confirmed, he was given the Covid-19 vaccine. The real effect of the vaccine occurs at least two weeks after the second dose of the vaccine,” said Dr. Ha. Read more – Political war erupts after Patna genocide, some demand encounter, others demand resignation

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar called Rahmani’s son and expressed his condolences and said that Rahmani would be given full state honors. Sources close to the late Islamic scholar said that his body would be buried at his original residence in Munger on Sunday. Read more – Indigo manager shot dead in Patna, first Reiki, then 6 shots

One of Rahmani’s many achievements is the establishment of an organization called ‘Rahmani 30’, where free coaching is provided. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board also tweeted about the death of its former general secretary Rahmani.

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