ADV. SUMAIYA ROSHANPRESIDENT, NATIONAL FEDERATION OF GIO
Sumaiya hails from Bangalore, Karnataka. She is an Advocate who completed her BA LLB from Bangalore. She has previously held organizational responsibilities at GIO in Karnataka including Unit President of RT Nagar and Yeshwanthpur (2018-20), Assistant District Organizer of Bangalore City (2021) and was elected as the State President of GIO Karnataka for its 8th Term 2021-22. She has acquired Mediation Skills during her course of education, has good communication and public speaking skills.
The purpose of the Federation shall be to prepare the students and young women for reconstruction of the society in the light of divine guidance from Allah.
Articles & Books
Several hundred thousand Muslim girls have been deprived of education due to the hijab ban in Karnataka. With the split verdict of the Supreme Court, Muslim girls are being withheld from their rights and excluded from the educational sector. But Justice Sudhanshu Dhulia’s judgement in the Supreme Court, recognizing their right to choice and dismissing the hijab ban order issued by the Karnataka government, offers hope.October 14, 2022
The Girls working separately in their respective zones now formed an All India-level, National Federation of GIO.
Girls Islamic Organization (GIO), a girls’ student wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) has begun its journey at the national level from this very year. While Advocate Sumaiya Roshan from Karnataka was elected the first president of the National Federation of GIO, Samar Ali from Kerala became its general secretary. Congratulating the newly elected national leadership ofAugust 1, 2022
Girls Islamic Organization (GIO), one of the foremost women’s organizations of India, elected its first National President and General Secretary. On the 30th of July 2022, Advocate Sumaiya Roshan (from Karnataka) became the first President of the National Federation of GIO, and Samar Ali (from Kerala) became the General Secretary.July 31, 2022