MKA Bangladesh inaugurates Tahir Cycling Club

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Muhammad Golam Rabbi, MKA Bangladesh

A new initiative of Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya Bangladesh is the “Tahir Cycling Club”, inaugurated on 6 February 2021 under the slogan of “Healthy body, beautiful mind” by Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Bangladesh, Abdul Awwal Khan Chowdhury Sahib. 

Sadr Sahib MKA Bangladesh, Muhammad Zahed Ali Sahib was also present in that inauguration ceremony.  This cycling club was formed in memory of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IVrh.

Speaking at the inauguration of the cycling club, Amir Sahib said the official inauguration of Tahir Cycling Club has a great purpose. The essence of its purpose is to have a beautiful mind in a healthy body. Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa has asked Ahmadis to pay special attention to health at various events. Children and adolescents are told not to play video games but to play games that enhance their physical wellbeing and young people urged to ride bicycles, so we inaugurated this cycling club.

In his speech, Sadr Sahib quoted the Holy Prophetsa who said, “A strong believer is better than a weak believer and dearer to Allah.”

At the end, prayers were offered for the prosperity of the cycling club.

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