Mirwaiz urges people to help Nowhatta fire victims

 

Srinagar, Jun 26: Expressing grief over the great damage caused to many residential houses in the deadly blaze at Pandaan, Nowhatta in downtown Srinagar Hurriyat (M) chairman and Patron Dar-ul-Khair Mirwaiz Manzil urged well to do people and all those who can to come forward and donate generously to Darul-Khair which has taken up the cause of rehabilitation of the affected families.
Mirwaiz, who was set free after remaining under house detention for more than four days, visited Pandan Nowhatta to take the stock of the damage caused to residential houses by the fire. Mirwaiz expressed complete solidarity with the affected families and greatly regretted that property worth lac of rupees has got damaged leaving the families homeless.
Mirwaiz assured the affected families that Darul Khair would do as much as possible to rehabilitate them and as soon as possible. Mirwaiz urged the youth and the elderly people in the neighborhood to help the fire affected people in every manner.
Meanwhile, a 20 member delegation from Kishtwar district of Jammu met Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and apprised him about the prevailing situation in Doda, Bhaderwah, and Chenab Valley. The delegation assured full support to the Mirwaiz stating that people of Chenab valley have always been with the pro-freedom leadership of Kashmir and would continue to remain steadfast in their commitment towards Kashmir’s struggle for the right to self-determination. The delegation stated that people of Chenab valley are also being subjecting to various forms of atrocities and challenges for their affiliation with the Kashmir’s struggle for freedom.
Mirwaiz told the delegation that Kashmir’s political movement for self-determination was not confined to any one region or district, but was about the people of entire people of J&K. It is a mass movement of and for the people of entire Jammu and Kashmir and all people are committed to taking it to its rightful end.