Delegation comprising of Muftis, Ulema, scholars led by VC Deoband call on Mirwaiz

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Delegation comprising of Muftis, Ulema, scholars led by VC Deoband call on Mirwaiz

Mirwaiz pays tributes to Khanyar Martyrs

KG News Desk
Srinagar, May 08: A delegation of prominent Muftis, Ulema and Islamic scholars led by Vice Chancellor of Dar-ul-Aloom Deoband, Mufti Muhammad Abu al-Qasim Nomani called on Jammu Kashmir Muttahida Majls-e-Ulema chief, Mirwaiz Dr. Moulvi Muhammad Umar Farooq at his Nigeen residence.
The delegation comprised of Jamaat-e-Ulema-e-Hind President, Moulana Qari Muhammad Usman, the Nazim of the Amaarat Sharia Board, Moulana Mufti Muizzuddin, Sheikh-ul-Hadees Mufti Salman Mansoorpuri, Mufti Abdullah Maroofi, Mufti Shabir Ahmad, Qari Ahmad Abdullah, Dar-ul-Aloom Rahimiya Rector, Rehmatullah Mir Qasimi, Mufti Nazir Ahmad Qasmi and several other Islamic scholars.
During their brief meeting with the Mirwaz, they exchanged ideas about the problems being faced by the Muslims Ummah throughout the world and stressed for promoting the cause of unity on religious and community lines.
They also discussed in detail the lost pride of the Muslim community over the years and for restoring it.
On the occasion, the Mirwaiz appreciated the contributions of the Dar-ul-Aloom Deoband and said that its alumni had developed religious, scholarly and conscientious relations from the start and called for making these relations even stronger.
He told the visiting delegation that Jammu Kashmir, which had from the very beginning shown religious and sectarian brotherhood but now-a-day various hidden forces and agencies were trying to arouse sectarian tensions and tearing the social fabric of Kashmir apart.
Appreciating the role played by the Mirwaiz in keeping the religious and sectarian brotherhood alive in a situation of political unrest, the visiting delegation said the way he was dispatching his political, religious and social duties were worth appreciation.

Mirwaiz pays tributes to Khanyar Martyrs
Paying rich tributes to Khanyar Martyrs on their 25th martyrdom anniversary on Sunday, an All Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) spokesperson called upon showing steadfastness and resolve toward safeguarding sacrifices of the martyrs.
The spokesperson said on this day 25 years ago, government forces killed 20 innocent civilian including two women and a child.
He said people of Kashmir had offered unlimited sacrifices of of their lives and properties for their legitimate rights and despite being under severe threat, their support of the ongoing resistance movement has never waned which is encouraging for the resistance leadership and makes our resolve for right to self-determination even stronger.
The spokesman said Kashmiris were conscious and knew how to safeguard sacrifices given by their martyrs and were all the more determined to take the resistance movement to its logical conclusion.
He said Kashmiris would never afford to forget the sacrifices of the martyrs and the bloodied history which has been soaked with their blood for achieving their just right.
The spokesman said Kashmiris would continue their struggle till the goal of freedom is achieved.