Say 'no' to V-day: Asiya to youth

Say 'no' to V-day: Asiya to youth

“A society and system without fear of Allah yields such result. The high profile people involved in the infamous sex scandal were given a clean chit earlier also so it’s nothing new.

Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat  Asiya Andrabi on Friday urged people to follow Islam in letter and spirit and asked youth to say no to Valentine Day celebrations in Kashmir. 

 

She expressed pleasure over  the fact  that  the majority  of youth  in Kashmir are inclined  towards  Islam and “it’s heartening to see Kashmiri  youth following Islam in letter and spirit as a well planned  conspiracy  is being  hatched  at the  global  level  to drive  Muslim  youth  away  from  Islam  and a considerable number of youth  are still falling  prey  to the  propaganda,” she said in a statement. 

 

She also  expressed dismay over the release  of the so called  “dervish”  Gulzar.  “A society and system without fear  of Allah yields  such  result. The  high profile people  involved  in the  infamous  sex scandal  were  given  a clean  chit  earlier also  so it’s nothing new,” she added.  

 

“Such incidents have put a question mark on our morals we have to rise to the occasion and follow Islam in letter and spirit. People need to realize that on  one  side  youth  are laying  down  their  lives  for  Azadi  and Islam and thus  making  as proud, while  on the other  side people like Gulzar  have made us bow  our  heads  in shame. What  kind  of  society  and system  we live in where  characterless  and  immoral  people  are released  with  full  honour,” she added.

 

 Meanwhile, a DeM spokesperson said that Asiya  visited  shops  and restaurants  in  civil lines here and sought assurance from them that they  won’t allow  any  Valentine  day  celebrations  on February 14th.