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Tributes paid to Karbala martyrs.

MULTAN -- Speakers in Hussainia Conference paid rich tributes to Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA) and his companions for rendering matchless sacrifices for promotion of Islam. Chief Whip National Assembly and MNA Malik AamirDogar said, 'The sacrifice of Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA) reminds us to continue struggle for good cause.'

He observed that Indian forces were committing human rights violations in occupied Kashmir. The people in occupied valley were lacking basic daily-use-items including medicines, eatables as well as mobile phone services and other means of communication. Dogar stated that they were peaceful nation but they were also ready to sacrifice their lives if someone imposed war against them.

Federal Parliamentary Secretary on Finance MakhdoomZainHussainQureshi stated that Kashmiris were facing brutalities and atrocities in the Indian Occupied Kashmir, adding, India had imposed curfew in the valley and deprived the people of their basic rights. He said they would continue moral, diplomatic and political support towards the Kashmiris. He paid rich tributes to the great martyrs of Karbala and maintained that they would continue to follow the supreme lesson of Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA).

Similarly, Deputy Commissioner AamirKhattak, SabtainLodhi, ShafqatBhutta, and many other local scholars from different schools of thought addressed the conference, and vowed to maintain and promote peace.

Meanwhile, City Police Officer (CPO) Zubair Daraishak here on Monday visited Mumtazabad area to check security arrangements for Muharram procession. He inspected route of the procession and deployment of security officials especially on rooftops of the buildings. He instructed the officials to conduct thorough search and also remain polite to public. Similarly, traffic should also be maintained through other routes, he said and directed the officials to remain highly.

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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
Article Type:Conference notes
Date:Sep 10, 2019
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