A Abdul Aziz, Sri Lanka Correspondent
In yet another initiative to transform our regular programmes to the virtual platform, Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya Sri Lanka held its virtual Student Camp on 25 and 26 September 2021.
The event which would otherwise be a physical camp for the students turned out to be a new experience for the participants.
The two-day event focused on various aspects pertinent to uplifting the moral and spiritual standards of the Khuddam students aged 15-21.
The umur-e-tulaba (Student Affairs) department made tireless efforts to engage with all of the eligible participants who totalled 52, ensuring that they gained maximum benefit from the various guest speeches and presentations.
In his address, Sadr Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya Sri Lanka, TA Shifan Cader Sahib, emphasised the need to keep a constant relationship with Khilafat, and explained the dangers that one could face by distancing themselves from the activities of the majlis and the Jamaat as a whole.
He went on to bring the attention of each student in continuing their higher studies as deliberated by Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa at the National Ijtema 2021 of Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya UK.
Among the other panellists, Dr Fayas Ahmad Sahib, Naib Sadr MKA Sri Lanka, conducted an awareness programme for students on “Addiction to social media & mobile gaming”.
The missionary, Javed Raheem Sahib guided students on the proper use of social media.
Several other missionaries and office-bearers also contributed to this event with their esteemed speeches and presentations of educational and spiritual value.
The concluding remarks were delivered by Mohtamim Umur-e-Tulaba, Muhammed Asif Sahib who thanked the panellists and the participants on behalf of MKA Sri Lanka.
The event concluded with a silent prayer led by Sadr Sahib Sri Lanka.