Anjuman Shari Shian organizes Chehlum procession

Srinagar—Anjuman Shari Shian Friday organized Chehlum Processions across Kashmir Valley. Led by orga­nization head and senior sepa­ratist leader Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi, these proces­sions were taken out on daily basis from 17 Safar to 21 Safar.

On 17 Safar-ul-Muzafar, processions were taken out in Nowgam Payeen and on 19 Safar mourning processions were taken out in Kolbar­tal, Wadrabal Budgam. The mourning processions were taken out across on 20 Safar.

The central level Chehlum processions were taken out in Zaildar Mohalla Saida Kadal Srinagar and Astan Sharief Budgam in which thousands of devotees took part.

Those who offered marsia Khwani included Zakir Mus­tafa Ali, Syed Yousuf Dab, Ali Muhammad Najar, Ali Muhammad Rather, Tasaduq Hussain, Ghulam Muhammad Khanyari, Ghulam Muham­mad Dargandi, Syed Tahir Hussain Mosvi, Syed Ajaz Ka­zmi, Nisar Hussain Harinara and others.

Highlighting the impor­tance of Chehlum, Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi said that these processions are as important as prayers. He said shed light on the sacrifices of Imam Hussain, his family and companions for Islam.

Reacting on the recent visit of Indian interlocutor Dinesh­war Sharma, Aga Hasan said that dialogue is the only way to resolve Kashmir issue. He said that present atmosphere is conducive for a meaningful dialogue. “Had India would have implemented the recom­mendations of previous inter­locutors, the separatist lead­ers would have no objection in entering into a dialogue with the present interlocu­tor,” he said.

Aga Syed Hasan hoped that Dineshwar Sharma will ask India to expand the circle of dialogue process so that con­fidence of people in Kashmirwill be restored. (CNS)

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