Hamid Fayaz takes over as new Jamaat chief

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Srinagar: The recently elected Jamaat-e-Islami Jammu Kashmir chief, Abdul Hamid Fayaz Saturday took over the charge of his post at the central headquarters here at Batamaloo and said he would abide by the party constitution in letter and spirit.
According to a statement, a spokesperson said Fayaz took over in presence of the two ex-chiefs, Ghulam Mohammad Bhat, Mohammad Abdullah Wani and the whole central and district leadership of Jama’at.
The ceremony took place in accordance with the set traditions of Jama’at wherein ex-chief was given a warm send off, he said.
“Ameer-e-Jama’at after taking his charge, assured that he would abide by the party constitution in letter and spirit in accordance with the set methodology and the message of Islam would be vigorously propagated keeping in view the noble goal set by the party constitution,” he added.
Fayaz asked for full co-operation of the party cadres for achievement of the set goal and the participants assured all possible assistance with all sincerity and dedication.