AP leaders pay obeisance at Dargah Nanga Baaji Sahib

AP leaders pay obeisance at Dargah Nanga Baaji Sahib

Everyone must pray and aspire for J&K’s peace and prosperity: Altaf Bukhari

KD NEWS SERVICE


SRINAGAR, Aug 9: Apni Party President Syed Mohammad Altaf on Tuesday paid their obeisance at the revered Dargah of Hazrat Naanga Baaji Sahib (RA) at Malangam in Bandipora, where 7-day annual Urs calibrations are being conducted these days.


He was accompanied by the party’s Senior Vice President Ghulam Hassan Mir, Vice President Usman Majid, General Secretary Rafi Ahmad Mir, Provincial President Mohammad Ashraf Mir, and other senior leaders.


According to a press statement issued here, Apni Party leaders led by party President Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari visited the Dargah of Hazrat Naanga Baaji Sahib at Malangam in Bandipora this afternoon. Apni Party leaders were greeted by Sajjada Nasheen of the Dargah Syed Wilayat Hussain Shah Qazmi, and the local people at the revered Dargah.


On this occasion, the leaders offered special prayers and prayed for peace and tranquility in Jammu and Kashmir.


Talking to the local people and devotees, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari urged them to pray for sustained peace and prosperity in J&K.
He said, “People in this part of the world have suffered hugely due to the enduring conflict and bloodshed over the years. As a society, we cannot afford continuous bloodshed and uncertainty anymore. We require sustained peace here for the better future of our youth. Therefore, everybody must pray and aspire for peace and prosperity on this land.”


He added, “Peace has been restored here to a large extent if we compare the present situation with the past, but J&K needs sustained peace and harmony for the better future.”


Apni Party President hoped that elections would be held soon. He said, “I hope assembly polls will be held here soon so that a democratic regime is established here that would bridge the existing gap between the masses and the government.”

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