- The Ahmadiyya Muslim meet will be held on December 26 in Qadian in Punjab
- Security has been increased after a request from Secretary Anjuman Ahmadiyya
- There has been criticism of Ahmadiyyas by prominent Muslim organisations, leaders and fundamentalists
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In the wake of virulent criticism of Ahmadiyya Muslim community and terrorist threat perception for their annual convention to be held in Punjab this month, Union home ministry has ordered a two-kilometre foolproof security perimeter around the Ahmadiyya headquarters in Qadian, Gurdaspur.
Highly-placed intelligence sources said the ministry has passed on instructions to Punjab Police to secure Ahmadiyya Muslim Community headquarters in Qadian for the community’s annual convention on December 26.
Instructions have also been passed on to other state police forces to secure the community’s missions and branches that are spread all over India.
The home ministry has ordered a tight security perimeter around the Ahmadiyya headquarters (above) in Qadian
The move has been initiated after a request was received from Secretary Anjuman Ahmadiyya.
Sources said there has been criticism of Ahmadiyyas by prominent Muslim organisations, leaders and fundamentalists in different parts of the country.
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