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Preachers organized Friday conference at Budgam
Aga Hassan throws light on importance of Friday congregational prayers

Budgam, May 25: Jammu Kashmir Anjuman Shari Shain organized a one day conference of Friday preachers in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district on Thursday. The Conference was attended by all sects of Muslim community. Some of the religious preachers who participated in the conference included Aga Syed Yousuf Almosvi, Moulana Ghulam Ali Malik Aarizal, Moulana Shabir Ahmed Sofi Witargam, Moulana Abdul Gani Bhat Witarhal, Syed Muhammad Hussain Mosvi Magam, Moulana Fayaz Ahmed Khansahab Mujhpathri, Syed Abid Rizwi, Moulana Zahoor Ahmed Rengreit, Aga Syed Muhammad Aqeel Almosvi, Moulana Ghulam Muhammad Dar Sholipora, Ashiq Hussain Mir Tengan, Moulana Abdul Rashid Khan Gotipora, Sheikh Abas Qumi, Ghulam Muhammad Gulzar, Molvi Maqsood Ghazi Bemina, Molvi Gulzar Nasralapora, Molvi Masood Kazmi, Molvi Javaid Ahmed, Moulana Nisar Hussain Walo, Moulana Syed Jaffar Grendkalan, Syed Muhammad Hussain Hussaini Sonapa, Syed Hussain Mosvi Sathukalan.
During the conference stress was laid on unity and preachers and clerics were expected to play a cardinal role for the betterment of the society.
Throwing light on the importance of Friday congregational prayers, Aga Syed Hasan it is the day when Muslims stand shoulder to shoulder with one another. “Its importance is beyond words. It is the symbol of unity among Muslims,” he said.
He said that people of Kashmir will never allow the society to get divided on sectarian lines. He said that Kashmir freedom struggle will continue till it is taken to logical conclusion.
Castigating government for resorting to arrests, raids, killings, house arrests, ransacking, curfew and restrictions, Aga Hasan appealed human rights organizations to take note of Indian brutalities in Kashmir.
He said while meeting Mani Shankar Aiyar led delegation, he made it clear that Kashmir is not a border issue but it is the issue of 100 million people and UN has given the people a right to decide their own fate. (KNS)


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