Srinagar: Ittehadul Muslimeen, (IUM) a key religio-political body of Shia community Thursday announced its Muharram programme declaring that all major processions will be taken out despite government restrictions.
"As the people in Jammu & Kashmir are fighting for just cause for the last 7 decades, the valley is witnessing Karbala almost every day. Here every land has become Karbala and every day is Ashoora", a statement listing the programme said.
According to the statement, the schedule of Muharram processions was prepared in coordination with the joint resistance leadership. IUM has called upon 'all freedom loving people' to participate in the processions.
6th Moharram (Saturday, October 08) 02pm
AlamShareef procession from Gulshanbagh, Madin Sahib to GulshanZehra, Doonipora
Via: Mohalla Syed Afzal, Shribhat, Alamgari Bazar
7th Moharram (Sunday, October, 09) 01pm
AlamShareef procession from KathiDarwaza to ImambaraHasanabad, Rainawari
Via: Gurduwara Road
8th Moharram (Monday, October, 10) 11am
AlamShareef procession from Guru Bazar to Hyderia Hall, Dalgate
Via: Shaheed Gunj, Jehangir Chowk, M A Road
9th Moharram (Tuesday, October, 11) 01pm
AlamShareef procession from Maddibal, Nowshehra to Nabdipora, Zadibal
Via: Alipora, Mohalla Syed Afzal, Shribhat, Alamgari Bazar
10 Moharram (Wednesday, October, 12) 11am
(i) Gulshanbagh, Madin Sahib to Zadibal (ii) Abi Guzar, Regal Chowk to Zadibal
(iii) Ahmadpora, Magam (iv) Devsar, Kulgam (v)Budgam
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