Keep peoples' problems in mind: Jama’at
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 23: Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu & Kashmir today stressed the need for demonstration of intellectual wisdom and farsightedness while framing the programmes for running the movement, keeping in view the people’s temperament and capacity.
“It is imperative to keep in view the programmes are not meant for angels but for human beings who have weaknesses and are fallible. They need necessities of life without which it is impossible to live and they can break and violate any law or principle at any time for acquiring these. A healthy man can have patience to any extent but he will turn panicky if his child does not get water and food. And it is foolish to expect that he would ask the child to have patience under such circumstances,” said the Jama’at spokesman Advocate Zahid Ali in a statement.
He reiterated his appeal to the people to refrain from the acts that could cause damage to life and property of any innocent person.
“People should desist from pelting stones on vehicles and public property as it can create discord and chaos,” said the spokesman.
Jama’at asked the Government of India to honour the Kashmiris’ sentiment for freedom and take steps for resolving Kashmir issue.
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