The history of India bears witness to that fact that when Alama Fazle Haq Khairabadi gave the clarion call to fight for the freedom of our country all the Khanqahs and almost all the Ulama and Mashaikh of Ahl-E-Sunnah Wal-Jamaat rose in unison and gave proof of their national unity and fought for Independence which resulted in liberation of our country from British rule.

But after gaining freedom, our Khanqahs and The Ulama of Ahl-E-Sunnah Wal-Jamaat went back to the work of dawa and spreading Islam, thinking that the efforts that were undertaken to gain freedom are distant from religion and leaving it to others to do the job. Thus the Independence for which our Ulama and Mashaikh paid supreme sacrifice and laid down their lives resulted in us being enslaved and thereby depriving us legimative right to participate in the governance of our country.

After the Independence hundred of issues were faced by the Umma, whether religious or economic were not dealt with in a proper way and we kept lagging behind. During the lat 50 years or so a handful of people of Ahl-E-Sunnah Wal-Jamaat could become MLA’s, MP’s and minister due to their individual efforts lacking all along solid organized community backing as a result of which Ahl-E-Sunnah Wal-Jamaat remained disassociated with the Government machinery and we find that we have not been able to found foothold in the Waqf Board, Central Waqf Board, Hajj Committee, Board for Development of Arbi, Persian & Urdu or Minorities Commission. Similarly when we look towards political parties big or small we see a specific non-Sunni lobby having strong presence. In all the Institution mentioned above and in all political parties Sunni presence is conspicuous by its absence.

Time and again Ulama and Mashaikh have declared that the Sunni’s constitutes a total of approximately 75% of all Muslim population. This assertion have lived with us as a mere slogan and we have not been able to assert ourselves nor have we made any concerted efforts to do so.

It is the need of the hour that The Ulama and Mashaikh should unite and come on single platform under the banner of Ahl-E- Sunnah Wal-Jamaat to put forward their message to the Sunni Qaum. To propagate our message Sunni conferences should be held in the District Head Quarters and State Capitals at least once a year to show our strength and numbers this is an uphill task and would require huge efforts but rest assured  that once we do that  we shall be able to demonstrate our number leaving the non Sunni way behind thereby changing the perception of political parties towards us and ensuring proper representation in every field.