Azam Inqilabi’s Panorama hits stands
Dedicates compendium to Sheikh Abdul Aziz, JK youth
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 12: The patron of Jammu and Kashmir Mahaz-e-Aazadi, Azam Inqilabi has formally released his compendium of articles and letters ‘Panorama’ and dedicated it to senior Hurriyat leader late Sheikh Abdul Aziz and youth of Jammu and Kashmir.
The compendium comprises of selected articles of Inquilabi which mostly revolve around the longstanding Kashmir dispute. “It was my desire to make the youth of Jammu and Kashmir aware about their rich historical and political background. Through my articles and thought provoking paintings, I have tried to explain various facets of Kashmir dispute in a lucid way,” Inqilabi told Greater Kashmir.
“During the past two years, I as an observed and analyst, tried to apprise the free world of the ground realities of Kashmir through my articles and letters in the compendium,” he said.
Inqilabi said he had informally released the compendium on September 11 last year coinciding with the death anniversary of Sheikh Abdul Aziz. “But due to curfew, the book could be distributed among the people. The book was in a photostate form. During past one year, I managed to design and print the compendium and the book has hit the stand now,” he said.
Based on three sections, the compendium is spread over 23 chapters. The chapters including ‘Maqbool Butt’s face glittered’, ‘Sheikh Aziz: traumatized but poised’ and letter to various including US President, Barrack Obama and President Dr Manmohan Singh, secretary general UN Banki Moon,and secretary general OIC Dr Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu.
He has also written on human psychology, English language and Islamic Scholars in the compendium.
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