Syedna unveils the inauguration of the new building for the School of Law at KU.

Karachi: Dr. Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, a prominent Bohra community leader, officially opened a cutting-edge facility for law students on the Karachi University (KU) campus. The ceremony witnessed the presence of high-ranking government officials, esteemed individuals, and community members.

Spanning across 45,000 square feet, the new expansive space for the School of Law embodies Islamic principles advocating positive change through education. Its substantial capacity aims to accommodate a larger cohort of graduate and postgraduate students pursuing various programs.

“This stands as a valuable contribution to the students of Karachi and the entire nation of Pakistan,” remarked caretaker Chief Minister Sindh, retired Justice Maqbool Baqar. He highlighted the Dawoodi Bohra community’s international dedication to humanitarian development, extending beyond borders and nationalities.

“This modern facility signifies not just a commitment to academic excellence but also acts as a catalyst for intellectual advancement, societal progression, and the harmonious coexistence of traditional and contemporary values in Pakistan’s educational realm,” added Baqar.

Sindh Governor and KU Chancellor Kamran Tessori acknowledged the continuous support of the Bohra community to Pakistan, especially during challenging times. He commended their active involvement in social welfare initiatives and praised their contributions to enhancing the national tax network.

Expressing gratitude on behalf of KU, Vice Chancellor Prof Dr. Khalid Iraqi thanked Syedna Saifuddin for his diverse contributions to education. He emphasized the pivotal role of the Bohra community, led by Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin and his predecessors, in uplifting educational and research standards in the country.

“I extend my gratitude to Syedna for his steadfast commitment to education, which has profoundly influenced our university,” Dr. Iraqi remarked. He highlighted the School of Law building’s continuation of the esteemed legacy left by Syedna Mohammad Burhanuddin, who had previously dedicated a building to KU’s department of genetics in 2004.

Dr. Iraqi mentioned that KU’s School of Law, with over 800 enrolled students, had produced numerous influential lawmakers and officials in the past. He recalled the university granting an honorary doctorate to Dr. Syedna Saifuddin in 2015, acknowledging his ongoing efforts in advancing educational initiatives aligned with societal needs.

Among the attendees were former Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah, Mayor Barrister Murtaza Wahab, and provincial secretary boards and universities, Noor Ahmed Samoo.

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