Jama Masjid imam to Centre: Create environment of peace in Kashmir

Jama Masjid imam to Centre: Create environment of peace in Kashmir

The Shahi Imam of the Jama Masjid, in the walled city of Delhi, Ahmed Shah Bukhari has written a letter to the union minister, Rajnath Singh, urging the Center to take immediate action to end the volatile environment in the Kashmir Valley and create an atmosphere of peace.

“Kashmir The situation is becoming increasingly unstable day after day, leading to increased tensions between the two countries (India and Pakistan) and the days. I believe that more delay in the creation of an environment conducive to peace Will make the solution of the Kashmir problem more difficult, “Bukhari said in his letter.

“Therefore, with all the intelligence, wisdom and prudence for us, we must do everything possible to

“Therefore, with all the intelligence, wisdom and prudence to us, we must do everything possible to protect Kashmir from the destruction and dangerous devastation it faces and to open the way for the establishment of peace there.

The common people of Kashmir are in a state of terror and impotence, as they find their dreams shatter the peace, “he added.

Bukhari added: “As a paradise on earth, once peaceful valley, known for its joyous life, now has become a valley of tears. Thousands of people live under the shadow of the AK-47, a life besieged by the bloodshed.

Today, it has become incredible that people all over the world have seen the Kashmir Valley as paradise on earth, as now, it has become a slaughterhouse. This game of death and destruction makes the situation more serious.

The only
Today, it has become incredible that people all over the world have seen the Kashmir Valley as paradise on earth, as now, it has become a slaughterhouse. This game of death and destruction makes the situation more serious.

The only realistic remedy is peace and conversation. “Now that millions of Indian Muslims are facing a difficult situation, Bujari called on Rajnath Singh and the Center to ease tensions at the borders, normalize the situation and start a dialogue with Pakistan.

He warned and warned that the Kashmir issue can not be resolved with arms and stones or by military expeditions.
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“We must create a conducive environment for the talks as soon as possible. With an exchange of views and dialogue on broader issues, we must all develop a strategy that interests the two countries,” he said.

“What I perceive in the context of the current situation is that positive measures are required to ensure the dialogue process, taking into account the interests of both countries and their people … I urge you to convince the young activists and leaders of Hurriyat To accept a ceasefire for their good offices and influence, “he concluded.

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