A delegation of Sufi leaders and non secular heads of assorted shrines throughout the nation will go to Jammu and Kashmir between October 12 and 14 to satisfy the locals and assess the bottom state of affairs there.
The non secular head of Ajmer dargah, Zainul Abedin Ali Khan, has taken the initiative to ship the delegation comprising 18 members that can be led by his son Nasiruddin Chisty.
“Kashmir has been a sufferer of false propaganda which is executed against India from across the border. I felt the necessity that we should interact with Kashmiri people, particularly youths, and work for prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir. Therefore the decision to send a delegation to J&K was taken,” the Ajmer dargah Deewan stated in Ajmer on Thursday.
“We would like to act as a bridge between the Kashmiri (people) and prosperity,” he added.
He stated that the Union authorities and different authorities have been knowledgeable in regards to the go to of the delegation, which is able to go away New Delhi on October 12.
The delegation members are from Rajasthan, (Ajmer, Jaipur and Jhunjhjunu), Hyderabad, New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Bihar.
Mr. Chisty stated that the delegation members can be interacting primarily with children in Jammu and Kashmir and can assess the bottom actuality.
“Our aim is to build trust among youths and other people and to bring them into the mainstream,” Mr. Chisty stated.