Srinagar: Paying rich tributes to Shaheed-e-Millat Mirwaiz Mohammad Farooq and martyrs of Hawals on the occasion of their upcoming 27th martyrdom anniversary, and Shaheed Hurrriyat Khwaja Abdul Ghani Lone, the Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said it is incumbent upon us to show complete commitment and resolve towards the mission of the martyrs who laid down their precious lives peacefully fighting for the political rights and aspirations of the people of Kashmir living a life of uncertainty and subjugation for decades .
Laying out the timeline of the Hafta Shahadat, Hurriyat (M) Chairman said the programs will commence from May 16 with will be marked by the recitation of Quran at the at the Awami Action Committee (AAC) headquarters, and at district headqaurters at 10 am. On the same day, there will be a Husne-Qirat competition, which has been organised by the Anjuman-e-Auqaf Jamia Masjid Srinagar and will be held at Mirwaiz Manzil Srinagar.Mirwaiz said on May 17, (Wednesday), APHC will organise a day-long seminar at his headquarters under title Tanaza-e-Kashmir Ka Hal, Aman Ka Naqeeb, Istehkham Ka Zamin.Mirwaiz said on May 18 (Thursday), Anjuman-e-Nusrat-ul-Islam will organise an educational seminar at 10:30 am at Islamia Higher Secondary School Rajouri Kadal under title: (Aik Saliah Samaj ki Tameer aur Talaba ka Kirdar( A constructive society and role of students).On May 19 (Friday), the Mirwaiz said that AAC will organise a blood donation and free medical camp in the premises of historic Jamia Masjid from 9:30 am, in which prominent doctors of Kashmir valley will treat patients free of cost and distribute free medicines among them.on 20th may (Saturday) AAC will hold a workers rally at the party headquarters,Rajouri Kadal, Srinagar after Zuhr(afternoon prayers),later a prayer meeting will be held at shaheedi chowk Hawal
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