Waza Addressed People in Kokarnag, Calls for resolution of Kashmir through Peaceful means


Islamabad, December,29 (PTK):Chairman PL Mukhtar Waza today addressed people in Bidder area of Kokernag..

While addressing waza said that we always want the resolution of Kashmir through Peaceful means keeping in view wishes and aspirations of the People of Jammu and Kashmir..


Waza further said that if we want to be Successful in Life then we must follow Islam and the teachings of Last Prophet of Islam Prophet Muhammad(S.A.W). He,Said that Islam teaches us Brotherhood and Love towards humanity. We All should left bad evils and serve humanity in all odds.The persons who devotes his love towards humanity he is devoted by the Allah and will be rewarded by him, added waza.

On Occasion Senior Member Nisar Ah Rather,Fayaz Ah Bhat,Asif Ah and Danish were also accompanying party Chairman. (PTK)



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