As the streak of this occasion they held meetings, processions, feeding of the poor, blood donation camps and ‘mahafil-e-milads’ or special gatherings in rave of the Prophet.
On this occasion, the Old City of Hyd was adorned up with green flags and huge banners were tied on roads. Motorcades were taken out in several localities, which joined the central motorcade which started from the historic Makka Masjid.
Holding green flags, a large number of people actively participated in the central procession, which terminated in a public meeting at Moghalpura Ground.
In a meeting religious scholars and community leaders persisted Muslims to strictly follow the ‘seerat-e-tayyaba’ or the holy life of the Prophet for success in this world and hereafter.
At Nizam College grounds annual meeting was organised by Majlis-e-Tameer-e-Millat to that hundreds of people were attended. President of Majlis, Moulana Mohammed Abdur Raheem Qureshi, who presided over the meeting, said the message of Islam was for the entire humanity.
Over 8,000 cops were set up and 500 CCTV cameras were installed as part of the security arrangements in old city and in other worship places.
On Saturday night, public meeting organised by Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), party president Asaduddin Owaisi advised the youth to abstain from un-Islamic practices during Milad celebrations.
The processions should not cause inconvenience to people and the organisers should not deviate from the routes given to them by police said MP.
At the time of Milad, Jamia Nizamia, a leading Islamic seminary issued a ‘fatwa’ asking Muslims to desist from un-Islamic practices like playing music, singing and dancing.