Kashmiris urged to observe austerity
Srinagar, Nov 15: Various militant, political, social and religious organizations and trade unions have felicitated the whole Ummah in general and the Muslims of Kashmir in particular on the eve of Eid-ul-Azha being celebrated on November 17, urging them to celebrate the auspicious occasion with austerity.
United Jihad Council chairman and Hizbul Mujahideen supreme commander, Syed Salah-ud-Din in his message greeted the Muslims of Kashmir, urging them not to forget the families of martyrs, incarcerated persons and other affected people while celebrating this auspicious occasion.
Extending Eid greetings, the Al-Umar Mujahideen, at a meeting held today under the presidentship of Mushtaq Ahmad Zargar, urged the Kashmiris to celebrate the occasion with austerity.
Felicitating the Muslims, the head of J&K Jamiat-e-Hamdaniya, Mirwaiz Moulvi Riyaz Ahmad Hamdani prayed for the restoration of peace in the state and progress of its people.
The Democratic Political Movement acting chairman, Khawaja Firdous and the Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement incarcerated chairman, Zaffar Akbar Bhat have also felicitated the Muslims on the eve of Eid, urging them not to forget the orphans, widows, destitute and needy while celebrating the occasion.
Employees’ Joint Action Committee president, Abdul Qayoom Wani, while greeting the Muslims of state in general and employees in particular, urged them to celebrate the occasion with simplicity.
The Jammu Kashmir Teachers’ Forum spokesman, Muhammad Suliaman Bhat has also felicitated the Muslims on the eve of Eid, urging them to celebrate the festival with simplicity.
The Srinagar City Senior Citizens Forum general secretary, Nazir Ahmad Nazir and the Bemina Coordination Committee president, Muhammad Shafi Shah, while extending Eid felicitations, appealed to the people especially those well off to extend wholehearted help to the poor and needy to enable them to share joys of Eid celebrations with others.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 15 Nov 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 15 Nov 2010 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 16 Nov 2010 00:00:00 IST
- MORE FROM KASHMIR
- Omar holds public darbar at Kupwara
- Respect peoples' aspirations: Civil Rights Group
- Ahead of Eid, Govt releases 14 detainees
- Govt committed to provide all facilities: Mian Altaf
- Salahuddin regrets exclusion of K-issue from UNSC list
- 3 held in Bla brothers’ killing case
- 'Martyrs Mission will be accomplished'
- ‘Pattan, Palhallan residents mull migration’
- Kashmiris urged to observe austerity
- Dr Aejaz Shah bereaved
- Court reserves judgment in Mian Qayoom’s case
GK NEWS NETWORK
Kupwara, Nov 15: A day after holding a public darbar in Srinagar, the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, on Monday met hundreds of people in this frontier district, an official spokesman said.   More
- Srinagar City
Middle East meets Srinagar to harmonize tradition in Eid celebration
GK CITY CORRESPONDENT
WITH Eid-Ul-Azha round the corner, a practice common in the Middle East is making its impact in this Himalayan region as camels are out for sale in Srinagar for just one reason: Qurbani. Popular as More
Jammu, Nov 15: The Government of India has given nod to Rs 2 crore project of the state government to create Primary Reaction Teams (PRTs) to check the menace of man-animal conflict in Jammu and Kashmir More
Srinagar, Nov 15: The department of Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution seems least bothered about black marketing, hoarding and profiteering being complained about by common consumers in the run More
New Delhi, Nov 15: The Delhi High Court today issued notice to the state government seeking its response as to why criminal case should not be registered against Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali More