Thousands throng Chrar-e-Sharief on Urs
Kashmiri Muslims always upheld spiritual values: Malik
Chrar-e-Sharief, Sept 6: People from all walks of life on Wednesday thronged the shrine of Sheikh-ul-Alam Sheikh Noor-ud-Din Noorani (RA) on his Urs Mubarak.
Paying rich tributes to Sheikh-ul-Alam, the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Muhammad Yaseen Malik described him a great spiritual personality.
Addressing devotees here, Malik said history is witness to the fact that Kashmiris always lived simple life by upholding spiritual values. He threw a detailed light on the life and teachings of Sheikh-ul Alam.
Later, Malik led a procession and visited the residence of Danish Nabi, who was killed by forces on the third day of Eid.
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