Muslim World League official to reach Delhi next weektext_fields
New Delhi: Mohammad Bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, a noted Saudi academic and the influential Muslim World League's secretary general, will visit India from July 10 to 15.
Issa will reportedly be in New Delhi on July 10 and meet with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.
On July 11, Issa, on the invitation of the Khusro Foundation, would address a gathering of prominent religious and community leaders, academics and media at India Islamic Cultural Centre, in the national capital, where Doval shall also deliver an address.
During the course of his visit, Issa is expected to meet External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and Minority Affairs Minister Smriti Irani.
He may also call on President Droupadi Murmu.
According to sources, Issa might visit the Akshardham temple and also meet some prominent personalities.
During his stay in Delhi, he is likely to pay tributes to martyrs at the National Police Memorial, Chanakyapuri.
An important part of his engagement will be the visit to Jama Masjid for Friday prayers.
He is also scheduled to visit Agra.
As the secretary general of the Muslim World League, an influential non-governmental organisation representing Muslims worldwide, Issa has spearheaded initiatives to build partnerships and strengthen relations between diverse communities, faiths, and nations.
He has been commended by religious leaders, government officials, and international organisations for his efforts in promoting moderation, cooperation, and coexistence among people of different faiths.
With inputs from IANS