AISSC to give recommendations to Center

Seeks to clarify concerns over J&K restrictions

AISSC to give recommendations to Center to help pacifying the concern of J&K people

Jaipur (Rahnuma): All India Sufi Sajjadanashin Council (AISSC), a body formed under the patronage of Ajmer Shrine chief Dewan Syed Zainul Abedin Ali Khan has asserted that there are no ground restrictions in Srinagar while sharing their first-hand experience after visiting Srinagar earlier this month.

The 16-member All India Sufi Sajjadanashin Council (AISSC) delegation visited Kashmir from October 12 to 14 to assess the ground situation.

“During our visit, we observed that Kashmiris were not forced to close their business, the people are themselves avoiding the work due to some misunderstanding between them and the decision (abrogation of Article 370) taken by the Central government,” said Syed Naseruddin Chishty,

The delegation of AISSC visited Srinagar from October 12-14 to assess the situation. They have thanked the administration of Kashmir for providing every possible help. A ground situation assessment report of the delegation was presented during the council’s national governing board meeting in Ajmer.

AISSC chairman Nasiruddin Chisty who is also the heir to Sajjadanashin of the Ajmer dargah said the Dargah Deewan had taken the initiative. The delegation went to Hazratbal Shrine in Srinagar and other dargahs during the visit and met local people there.

Dargahs of Rajasthan (Ajmer, Jaipur and Jhunjhunu), Hyderabad, New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Bihar were part of the delegation.

Chief Patron of AISSC and Ajmer Shrine chief Dewan Syed Zainual Abedin Ali Khan briefed recommendations that he will forward to the central government to help to pacify the concerns of Jammu & Kashmir people.

The recommendation of AISSC and Ajmer Shrine chief Dewan Syed Zainual Abedin Ali Khan –

  • Job Security scheme to be considered by the Government of India for the Kashmiri youth.
  • Land security of the tribal of Kashmir to protect them & their ownership of the land.
  • New Initiative to increase tourism by ensuring their trade, business & day to day earning which they have lost during the Kashmir crisis.
  • To allow the AISSC delegation to continue this initiative to reach the concluding result and positive outcome by reviving age old tradition of Sufism in Kashmir.
    AISSC to give recommendations to Center to help pacifying the concern of J&K people

 

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