Budgam: With regard to Muharam-ul-Haram, a special meeting was held at the residence of senior separatist leader and President Anjuman Shari Shian leader Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi. The meeting was attended by the representatives from social, religious and pro-freedom organizations. Those who participated in the meeting including Ghulam Rasool Hami from Karwan-i-Islami, Maulana Mehrajuddin Rabani from Geelani led Hurriyat, Sheikh Abdul Rasheed from JKLF, Haji Muhammad Ahsan from Mirwaiz led Hurriyat, Khurshid Ahmed Qanango from Anjuaman Himayat-ul-Islam, Maulana Bashir Ahmed Shah from Democratic Freedom Party, Maulana Shamsuddin Nizami, Abdul Hamid from National Front and Nisar Hussain Rather from Tehreek Wahdat Islamai.
The speakers during the meeting unanimously decided that Shai-Sunni Coordination Committee will remain active during the sacred days of Muharam so that nobody is allowed to disturb the peace and brotherhood of these two sects. The speakers also throw light on the sacrifices made by Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA). They said Imam Hussain (RA) was the symbol of humanity whose sacrifices uplifted the spirit of Islam.
During the meeting the current situation of Kashmir was also discussed and anguish and concern was expressed over the atrocious rule and character of the government of India. “The suppression and oppression from Indian armed soldiers have made the atmosphere mournful and ever family and every individual is mourning the loss of budding youths,” they said.
During the meeting senior separatist leader and president Anjuman Shari Shian leader Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi while throwing the light on the ‘Karbala’ said that this historical incident shows us how victory hugs to the virtuous. He expressed concerned over the unabated killings in Kashmir.
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