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Alama Ibn Huban Boosti Scientific & Research seminar held in Helmand

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By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: Led by advisor to ministry of information and culture Dr. Tariq Reshad, a 15-member delegation arrived in Helmand to participate in scientific seminars, poetry program and other cultural programs and pay visit to historic monuments in the country.
Attended by acting governor of Helmand Mujahidullah Safari, the 15-member visiting delegation, a number of writers, women and youth, Alama Ibn Huban Boosti Scientific and Research seminar was held in Lashkargah, the provincial capital.
Speaking in the seminar, acting governor of the province Mujahidullah Safari by praising the ministry of information and culture for holding the seminar on works, thoughts and life of Alama Boosti added it was much needed to hold such seminars to honor the country’s top figures, praise their works and make use of their thoughts and knowledge.
In the seminar, head of the people’s culture for the ministry of information and culture Mahbooba Babakrkhil read out President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani’s message sent about the seminar.
Afterwards, advisor to the MoIC Dr. Tariq Reshad spoke and said the ministry of information and culture was committed to paving the way for translation of Alama Boosti’s works, completion of Alama Ibn Huban Boosti medal and starting work on renovation of his mausoleum.
Provincial director of information and culture Hamidullah Weyar also spoke and said provincial governor Lt. Gen. Mohammad Yasin Khan has pledged to provide budget for construction of the mausoleum’s wall, praising the governor for his assistance and cooperation in this regard.
Afterwards, a number of writers delivered their articles about life, position, works and scientific works and journeys of Alama Boosti to the seminar. They also shared their demands in connection with renovation of the province’s historic monuments and paying attention to Alama Boosti’s mausoleum and translation of his works. 

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.