Stresses upon unity among Muslims
KUPWARA: The current anti-liquor movement launched by Karwan-e-Islami International will soon reach to end with complete ban on alcohol and drugs in Kashmir, said its chief Moulana Ghulam Rasool Hami.
Speaking at a day-long conference at Trathpora, Kupwara, Hami stressed upon the unification of Muslims and said many anti-Islamic organisations are trying to divide Muslims.
He said Muslims all over the world should stress upon unification and follow the path followed by Hazrat Muhammad (SAW). He strongly condemned the innocent killings and arrests and demanded immediate release of Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir and other detainees.
Hami urged India and Pakistan to settle Kashmir issue permanently according to the will of the people.
Other preachers who addressed the conference included Moulana Abdul Rasheed Dawoodi, Moulana Muhammad Saeed Ameer u din Andrabi, Moulana Waseem Qadri, Moulana Tajamul Islam, Moulana Rashid ul Islam, Moulana Noor ul Amin and Moulana Manzoor ul Islam.