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Sunday, December 7, 2014

SIO elects new president and national team for 2015-16 term


Goa: 06th Dec,2014 : Iqbal Husain of Telangana state has been elected SIO National President for the term 2015-16 at a meeting of its all India zonal advisory councils held here at Goa. Br Iqbal belongs to Adilabad district of Telangana state. He did his M.A and B.Ed. from Adilabad district. Professionally a teacher Br Iqbal is currently zonal president of SIO Andhra Pardesh and Member of Central Advisory Council of SIO. In past he served SIO in various capacities like regional secretary, regional president and state secretary. Soft spoken Br Iqbal is a good orator too and has good study on wide range of subjects.

The zonal advisory councils also elected the central advisory council (CAC) of the organization for the term 2015-16. CAC is the highest decision making body of the organization.
Br.Iqbal in consultation with newly elected advisory council members appointed Br. Alif Shukoor of AMU as General secretary of the organization.  He also appointed following as national secretaries of the organization.
1. Br Shafeeq CP – Kerala
2. Br. Abdul Wudood- West Bengal
3. Br. Layeeq Ahmed Khan- Telangana
4. Br. Nazeerul Hasan Falahi – Uttar Pardesh
Following are newly elected CAC members.
1. Touseef Ahmed- Karnatak
2. Khan Yasir – Delhi
3. Nahas- Kerala
4. Shaadaab Masoom- West Bengal
5. Limseer Ali- Kerala
6. Abu taaher- Tamilnadu
7. Masihuzzama Ansari- U.P Central
8. Abul Ala Syed- U.P East
9. Kareemuddin- A.P
10. Shamsheer Ibrahim- Kerala
11. Abdul Malik Shaariq- Telangana
12. Abdullah Azzam- AMU
13. Masihurrahman- West Bengal
14. Shafeeq CP- Kerala
15. Khaleeq Ahmed Khan- Telangana

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