Jama’at chief urges cadre to focus on helping poor

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Srinagar: Jama’at-e-Islamia chief Abdul Hameed Fayaz on Wednesday urged the party cadre to focus on helping the poor, saying it is inseparable and main objective of the party.
According to the statement, Fayaz stated this in a meeting held here. The meet discussed the overall performance and organizational activities besides the situation prevailing in the valley.
Fayaz called for carrying on the mission of Jama’at in accordance with its constitution and “utilize every peaceful effort including the modern means of communication and organizing public gatherings to make the common masses aware of the real objectives of the party.
“Jama’at believes in the peaceful propagation of the message of Islam having no option for compulsion,” he further stated.
Jama’at chief while reiterating its stand on Kashmir issue “made it clear that party wishes a peaceful resolution of this long pending human issue either in accordance with the UN resolutions or through tripartite talks, keeping the aspirations of the concerned people in view”.
He also urged India and Pakistan to initiate meaningful dialogue and “find an acceptable and permanent solution of this critical issue in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of the people”.
“He also expressed deep concern over the human rights violations in the valley,” the statement reads.
He called on the human rights institutions and commissions to take effective steps to help stop these violations.