AAC remembers Mirwaiz Molvi Farooq, Abdul Gani Lone on Death Anniversary
Jammu & Kashmir Awami Action Committee (AAC) while remembering its founder and people’s beloved leader Shaheed-e-Millat Mirwaiz Moulvi Muhammad Farooq (RA) and the Hawal Martyrs of May 21, 1990 on their 31st martyrdom anniversary and Shaheed-e-Hurriyat Khwaja Abdul Gani Lone (RA) paid glorious tributes to them for their great sacrifices.
AAC said that Shaheed Mirwaiz was a born leader , a torchbearer for the people and the party, who led with example . Strong on his convictions, throughout life his focus was to strive for and highlight the rights and aspirations of his people in the light of promises made to them , and its realisation in a peaceful and just manner.
Shaheed Mirwaiz was an ardent advocate of unity and brotherhood among people and believed it to be the means to succeed in any endeavour. He made all out efforts to forge unity and erase divisions and factionalism among the people of J&K and also Muslims globally. A visionary he saw the larger picture and the larger good for people in pursuing accord.
AAC said that Shaheed e Millat life was dedicated to the good of his people. As the Mirwaiz, a social and educational reformer and as a strong political voice, he would champion the cause of his people .
The religious , educational and social institutions shaheed Mirwaiz headed were driven by the concern for each other’s welfare and advancement , especially of the downtrodden and poorer sections of society .
AAC said in today’s testing time of the deadly covid pandemic , the best way to pay tribute to our beloved leader is to exhibit a spirit of mutual cooperation among ourselves and extend helping hand to each other especially the poor and needy, COVID-19 affected, and other deserving people so that we come out of this humanitarian crisis successfully.
People should assist all civil society initiatives and NGO’s who are helping in the battle against this deadly disease and providing food and other assistance to the poor and needy whose livelihood has been destroyed and badly affected by the pandemic lockdown . AAC said that the mohalla and masjid committees in each area should ensure that no one in the area goes without food and medical assistance.
AAC said that at its own level and under the socio-welfare and humanitarian organisation Darul Khair Mirwaiz Manzil led by the incarcerated Mirwaiz Umar Farooq is engaged in medical ,humanitarian and relief & rehabilitation work in this pandemic.
AAC said that it pledges that it will continue to pursue peacefully and with patience to work for the realisation of the will and aspirations of the people of J&K, as was the dream of our quaid. (Kashmir Bulletin)