Riyadh: The Karnataka Welfare Society recently hosted an iftar get-together for people of different faiths from India at Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.
Speaking on the occasion, Karavali Welfare Association and NRI Forum president Santosh Shetty, said that all the religions propagate co-existence and amity.
“We should be role models for our next generation by becoming true ambassadors of our faiths. This will lead to formation of a peaceful society,” he said.
KWS vice president K Mohammed delivered a lecture on the significance of Ramadan.
Jamiyyatul Falah Riyadh unit former president Shahul Hameed expressed his opinion. Incumbent president Nzeer Ahmed was present.
The programme commenced with the recitation of Quranic verses by Ismaeel Khaleel Ahmed. Mohammed Riyaz welcomed the guests and gathering. KWS president Mustafa Abdul Khader proposed vote of thanks. Mahfooz Rahman compered the programme. The event concluded with mass-iftar.
Karnataka Welfare Society’s iftar meet turns into interfaith get-together