Srinagar: In one of the biggest Naatya function held at Auditorium of Mars at Eidgah, the chairman of Kashmir Society, Khwaja Farooq Renzushah advised youth parents and students of prestigious Mars school, to play their key role in banning wine culture in J&K state or otherwise like Udta Punjab which portrays Punjab as city of wine and drugs the same will happen to Kashmir.
In a statement issued to KNS, Renzushah lamented that 55 Crores of wine bottles have been consumed and supplied to Govt. and Private wine bars under license, in this unfortunate state.
He said all Ulamas, Mashaiks and scholars called on the Governor two days before and implored to him to get the wine ban imposed in J&K State forthwith.
Renzushah called youth and students to support him as they supported during Anti-Polythene Campaign and create unanimous opinion for blanket ban on wine and Alcohol in J&K state particularly in Kashmir where it stands spiritually banned by Hazrat BulbulShah (RA) and Hazrat Amir-e-Kabir (RA) orders.
He emphasized to youth to strengthen their Aitqaad and revive the atmosphere of mutual love and brotherhood. Kashmir is name of proud civilization of Aitqaad and trust, which is the need of an hour, he said.
Renzushah also said that the Governor J&K state was requested to declassify all secret documents with regard to stealing of holy relic and who dropped it back in presence of full cordon in early sixteen.
He said all documents available with central and state government which should be new declassified.
On this occasion the renowned Naat Khan Ghulam Hassan Gamgeen, the chairman Mars Rouf Ahmad, the Imam of historical Mosque Eidgah, Tariq Ahmad Shera, Irshad Ahmad, Jan Mohammad head of Publication and parents of the students and youth were present in large number.
Iqra got first position in the competition.
Meanwhile, the J&K Scouts and Guides Association presented trophies, Certificates and Medals to best Scouts and Guides. (KNS)
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