Khadmat Khalaq Foundation vows to expose Peer Jalalís attackers
Srinagar, Mar 19: Hazrat Sheikh Dawood (RH) Khadmat Khalaq Foundation, Batamaloo, has strongly condemned the murderous attack on its chief patron Peer Jalal-ud-Din Bangroo, vowing to expose the attackers and bring them to justice.
ďWe make a promise with people that the attackers of Peer Jalal-ud-Din will be exposed very soon and brought to justice,Ē a spokesman of the Foundation said in a statement.
He said a meeting of the Foundation was held here this morning and the participants thanked thousands of devotees who participated in the Seerat Conference held at Batmaloo here on Sunday.
The members in particular thanked the Ulema including Moulana Akhzar Hussain, Moulana Mubarak Hussain Rubani, Moulana Fayaz Ahmad Rizvi, Moulana Ghulam mohi-ud-Din Naqeeb, Moulana Qazi Ahmad Yasir, Moulana Ghulam Rasool Hami, Moulana Sajjad Ahmad Ashbari and Moulana Syed Bilal Ahmad Kirmani for participating in Conference and delivering inspiring sermons.
The meeting thanked the president Intizamia of Batamaloo shrine Meraj-ud-Din Qureshi and other members for their wholehearted cooperation to the Foundation. The members also thanked various government departments and media for their cooperation.
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