Srinagar: In connection with the golden jubilee celebrations of Awami Action Committee (AAC) beginning from June 20, a gathering of Youth Awami Action Committee (YAAC) took place on Sunday at historic Mirwaiz Manzil, Rajouri Kadal here.
On the occasion the YAAC paid glorious tributes to founder of AAC Mirwaiz Moulvi Mohammad Farooq and especially Moulvi Mushtaq Ahmad on his 9th martyrdom anniversary.
Announcing the reviving and reorganizing of YAAC, AAC chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq who addressed the gathering, stated that youth were the priceless asset of nation. He said the youth representing trade, or politics, or social activities, or any other field has a pivotal role to play in all the aspects of life.
Mirwaiz stated that Kashmiri youth, especially from downtown, on one hand were aware of their rich traditions and values, while on the other they were also the “brave soldiers of the freedom struggle and right to self determination.”
Asserting that the youths were full of talent, Mirwaiz stated that YAAC would provide a platform for such people to show their mettle and grit.
Mirwaiz announced that on June 27 at Lal Bazaar, Khan Bagh, AAC would organize a youth convention during which youths would be made aware about their duties towards society and “freedom struggle.”
Mirwaiz appealed people to make the June 20 rally and youth convention on June 27 a grand success.
On the occasion, YAAC president, Sofi Mushtaq Ahmad and vice-president Farooq Ahmad Saudagar expressed their views and stated that contribution of AAC leaders and activists towards demanding people’s right is replete with example of sacrifices and struggle since 1931. They also assured Mirwaiz they would leave no stone unturned to make the YAAC strong and united. They further stated that they would make all programmes of the party a success.
Meanwhile, AAC would convene workers rally at historic Mirwaiz Manzil Rajouri Kadal Srinagar on June 13 to remember the contribution of Moulvi Mushtaq Ahmad.