Hurriyat(M) stages peace march in old city


Srinagar, Dec 4: On the directions of Hurriyat(M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, a joint delegation of Shia-Sunni coordination committee Tuesday staged a peace rally at Hawal and Zadibal areas of old city “to convey that there was no room for division between the two communities.”
 In a statement here,  a joint delegation led by Masroor Abbas, Ghulam Nabi Zaki, Ghulam Nabi Nagoo, Muhammad Shafi Khan and Mushtaq Ahmed Sofi visited the curfew-bound areas of Zadibal and Hawal to convey message to the members of both communities that it was a high time to show unity. “The delegation visited these areas on the directions of Mirwaiz,” a Hurriyat(M) leader said.
 He said the Hurriyat delegation was joined by scores of people, who raised slogans in favour of religious unity like Shia-Suni itehad zindabad.   “The Hurriyat delegation urged the members of both communities to maintain brotherhood and love between each other and not to allow divisive forces to wedge divide within the two communities,” the Hurriyat leader said.

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