While GoI Beats Drum Of Dialogue, Young Lives Lost Daily: Mirwaiz  

SRINAGAR — Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (M) Umar Farooq on Wednesday while government of India is beating the drum of ceasefire and dialogue, young lives are being lost on a daily basis in Kashmir.

Addressing a religious gathering at Dastageer Sahib shrine at Sarai Bala here, he said Kashmir issue is the basic reason for rift between India and Pakistan and that innocent lives will continue to go waste on both sides of the LoC unless serious measures are taken to address the core dispute. Mirwaiz said that while ceasefire at the LOC is a welcome step, GoI must understand that delaying the resolution of Kashmir issue can at anytime aggravate the situation and raise tensions between the two countries.   Paying tributes to youth two youth— Mudasir Ahmed and Sheeraz Mirwaiz— in Tanghdar sector of Kupwara. “Kashmiri youth are spilling their red hot blood for the cause of freedom and self determination.”  

 Miwaiz said that leadership and the people of Kashmir are committed to take the ongoing mission of martyrs forward and it’s time to stay united and remain steadfast towards “our goal”. He said the best way to protect these sacrifices was follow the cause of freedom in unison.  

The religious gathering was in connection with the Ashra-e-Najat and the martyrdom anniversary of Hazrat Ali (RA).

Mirwaiz said that Hazrat Ali spent his entire life for the cause of Allah and Islam and followed the footprints of beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) till his martyrdom. Mirwaiz said that Hazrat Ali earned frame for being born in the house of Allah, the Khana-e-Kabba and he was also martyred in a masjid in Koofa.

Mirwaiz said that the Hazrat Ali (RA) will continue to be a role model for the Muslims till the day of judgment.  He said Hazrat Ali (RA) fought for justice and fairness with full might and didn’t surrender till his last breath which will be written with the golden words in the history of Islam.

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