Famous Islamic scholar and the chancellor of Jamia Binoria Town Maulana Dr. Abdul Razzaq Iskander died in Karachi on Wednesday after an extended ailment. He was 86. Sami Swati, a strict scholar and representative of Jamiat Ulema-I-Islam Sindh, disclosed to PakistanIssues.com that the long-lasting top of the well-known Karachi theological school situated close to Guru Mandir was on a wheelchair for the final remaining one-and-a-half years.
He was experiencing breathing issues and was conceded to the Indus Hospital, where he was put on a ventilator seven days prior and died. He left behind two children who are both strict scholars.
Maulana Iskander’s memorial service petitions will be held at Jamia Binoria Town on Wednesday night. He will be let go in the theological school’s premises close to the grave of its originator, Maulana Yousuf Minori.
Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa expressed sympathies on the scholar’s downfall. As per Swati, the late scholar was brought into the world in Kakul, Abbottabad, in 1935. He accepted his initial education from Darul Uloom Karachi when its grounds were situated in Nanak Wara of Lyari.
Other than learning at Jamia Binoria, he got further education from Jamia Islamia of Madina in Saudi Arabia and the Al-Azhar University of Egypt. In 1997, he turned into the chancellor of Jamia Binoria after the death of Dr. Habibullah Mukhtar and stayed in a similar post till his demise.
He was straightforwardly and in a roundabout way the instructor of countless students and scholars. He likewise participated in different development including the Pakistan National Alliance (PNA).
Iskander was additionally the chief of Almi Majlis Tahafuz Khatm-I-Nabuwat and the focal leader of Wafaqul Madaris Al-Arabia Pakistan. He was the writer of 18 books on various subjects, said Sami. In the wake of hearing the information on his destruction, many individuals assembled at the theological school in Binoria Town.