Karwani Islami leads Milad (SAW) procession from Srinagar to Shadipora

Karwani Islami leads Milad (SAW) procession from Srinagar to Shadipora
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Srinagar: A massive rally was organized by the Karwani Islami to mark the Milad celebrations in Kashmir in which near about one lakh of followers of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) participated amid recitation of verses and praises in favour of the beloved messenger (SAW).
The rally started from Karwani Islami Central office Shaheed Gunj in Srinagar and passed through various areas of Srinagar and later culminated at the Jamia Qadria Shadipora Sumbal where at least one lakh devotees had assembled to have the glimpse of holy relic of Prophet (SAW).
According to a statement issued here, Karwani Islami said that at Jamia Qadria, emotional scenes were witnessed when the holy relic was put on a display.
Addressing the gathering there, Karwani Islami patron Ghulam Rasool Hami said that that success of life lies in the footsteps of beloved prophet (SAW) and the solution to the all issues also lies in the same path.
Hami said that Kashmiri people are presently suffering from very sensitive and serious situation as people are sacrificing their life, property and honour almost on daily basis. “Every eye is moist and every heart is wailing in Kashmir,” he said.
The people of Kashmir have always rejected the elections and government formations as they believe solution to the vexed issue of Kashmir dispute doesn’t lie in these things and rather a concrete dialogue with all the stakeholders on board was the need of the hour,” he said.
Hami also called for the intensifying the drive against the eradication of growing liquor and drug abuse in Kashmir stating that the mission launched by the Karwani Islami to root out liquor consumption should achieve success on all fronts and people should cooperate for that.
He thanked the thousands of volunteers of Karwani Islami for facilitating smooth Milad procession including the one started from Shaheed Gunj and also those held at various district headquarters that include Kupwara, Baramulla, Ganderbal, Sopore, Budgam and other places.