CCSK organises seminar ‘Milchar’ on ‘Future of Future in Kashmir’s Context’
‘Will provide support for successful, peaceful Amarnath Yatra’
STATE TIMES NEWS
SRINAGAR: In a first of kind initiative in a decades, a prominent civil society organisation, Confluence of Civil Society Kashmir (CCSK) on Monday organised a seminar ‘Milchar’ on ‘The Future of Future in Kashmir’s Context ‘ at SKICC here.
The Seminar was organised with an aim to study the role of Islamic religious leaders in creating harmony between different communities as well as explore the future of future in Kashmir’s Context.
During the seminar, several prominent religious leaders of Kashmir Valley highlighted about the significance of Civil society in the contemporary times and the ways for creating a peaceful and loving society.
The seminar also discussed the importance of Holy Amarnathji Yatra and its contribution to the development of overall development of entire Jammu and Kashmir.
The religious luminaries on the occasion committed that they will provide all possible support to the government of J&K for successful and peaceful Yatra this year.
Speaking on the occasion, Sheikh Muzaffar highlighted about the role of civil society in establishing a harmonised society and said that civil society plays a vital role for the development of society.
Malik Mohammed Jameel, an eminent Islamic scholar, remarked that the Islamic Religious Leaders have a prominent role to play in creating a harmonious society.
He added that the present day seminaries should create maximum awareness among people about the communal harmony.
Mirwaiz Addul Latief Bukhari, Mirwaiz Central Kashmir while speaking on the Future of Future in Kashmir’s context talked about the role of religious leaders in contemporary times.
He highlighted that the religious leaders in present times are not doing their best in making changes in the society. He assured that in coming months the religious leaders will deliver sermons on establishing a harmonised society across J&K.
Mufti Nasir Ahmad, a leading seminary of Kashmir valley, spoke on the challenges before establishing any change.
He remarked that it is the order of the day that before establishing any fruitful process, lot of difficulties are endured during the course but with conviction, all these difficulties will overcome. He highlighted that with coordination and harmony all these difficulties can be prevailed over.
Ghulam Nabi Gani and Raja Muneeb, who also spoke on the occasion, remarked that it is the duty of every Kashmiri to welcome Shri Amarnathji Yatra devotees. They said that Kashmiri people are known for their Hospitality and they are the main people by the Holy yatra is conducted peacefully.