Kashmir has tendency to be capital of Sports, Scouts & Spiritual Martial Art

YB WEB DESK. Dated: 6/11/2019 10:16:03 AM

Srinagar, June 10
Beerwah 10th June while giving Awards to winner teams and other best performing players on the conclusion of one month cricket Tournament organized By prestigious Al Amaar Education institute at Chewdara, Khawaja Farooq Renzushah Chief Commissioner J&K Scouts, who was chief Guest on this occasion emphasised for making Kashmir as Capital of Sports, Scouts & Spiritual Martial Art with rich background of knowledge and Education.
He said that our youth has brought laurels & honour for country as well as state at international events of these activities. The chairman of Al Amaar Education institute, Dr.Tabish Rafiqi who is president of Jamaat e Ahal-e-Aitqaad, Jenab Faizan Sahib, other Dignitaries were present in jam-packed stadium. Entire population of area had assembled to witness the final match of the tournament in which 32 teams participated during full month.
Khwaja Farooq Renzushah while complimenting the players and organizers lambasted on state Assembly which has passed four decades before Alcohol bill which destroyed our youth with alcohol & drug addiction and demanded for scrapping of such law which allowed free use of wine in J&K state .He said that since era of Hazrat Bulbulshah RA, Hazrat Sultan Sader ud Din Rinchenshah RA, Hazrat Amir Kabir RA, Alcohol was banned in Kashmir. Youth were more attracted to spiritual Martial art and other sports & knowledge based activities. However last seventy years destroyed our pure civilization. Three percent vote mafia ruled 97% majority and diverted their minds towards abnormal slogans and abnormal ideologies .They failed to Develop Kashmir. Its position is worse than its Development before 1947 and Democracy has been slaughtered.

 

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