Urges various segments of society to play their role in shaping society
Srinagar: Expressing serious concern over the deteriorating situation in Kashmir and the rise in social evils in the society, Ulema council patron and Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Sunday urged the various segments of society to come forward and to play their role in shaping the society and eradicating the various forms of evils which are rotting the Kashmir’s society each passing day.
Addressing a religious gathering at Mughal Masjid Rainawari in downtown in connection with the Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi (SAW), Mirwaiz as per the statement said the real meaning of celebrating Milaad is to works towards making a the strong, vibrant and and evil-free society, based on Islamic values and principles and that can only happen when we collective follow the way and footprints of our great Prophet Hazrat Muhammad(SAW), whose teachings guide us in every sphere of our life, be it religious, social or political.
Urging the parents to start introspection from their homes, Mirwaiz said each house and its members have to take responsibility in eliminating various forms of social evils which are taking toll on our future generations and our weakening our age old cultures and traditions. He said every Kashmiri must unite against the fasting spreading waywardness and immorality in our society
Mirwaiz termed Rabi-ul-Awal as the sacred month stating that it was in this month, Prophet Muhamamd (SAW) arrived in this world to teach principles of humanity to the entire mankind that was neck-deep into defiance. Mirwaiz shed light on the Prophet Muhammad’s (SAW) life and way of living and asked people especially youth to follow the great teachings of beloved Prophet (SAW) in every sphere of life.
(With inputs from KNS)