Addressing a convention of the party’s youth wing at Naseembagh to mark the 116th birth anniversary of National Conference founder Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah, Farooq Abdullah also said that his party does not support any form of violence.
National Conference president Farooq Abdullah has said that just like farmers opposing the new agricultural laws have made ‘sacrifice’, the people of Jammu and Kashmir may also have to ‘sacrifice’ to restore their state and special status. . Farooq Abdullah said, “Farmers protested for 11 months, more than 700 farmers were killed. When farmers made sacrifices, the Center had to cancel three agriculture bills, he said. Farooq Abdullah said that we may have to make the same sacrifice to get our rights back. “Remember this, we have promised to get back (Articles) 370, 35-A and statehood and we are ready to make any sacrifice,” Abdullah said. There will be a byte here.
Let us tell you that Farooq Abdullah gave this speech in the local language. Let us also tell you that on the occasion of the 116th birth anniversary of National Conference founder Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah, while addressing a convention of the party’s youth wing at his tomb in Naseembagh, Farooq Abdullah also said that his party would not tolerate any kind of violence. does not support.
Cycle tour from Kashmir to Kanyakumari
Let us now introduce you to Mahesh, a cyclist from Rewari city of Haryana. Mahesh has set out on a journey of 4,000 km from Srinagar to Kanyakumari. His visit was flagged off by BSF officials in Srinagar. Mahesh’s cycle journey of 40 days will be completed on 14 January 2022 in Kanyakumari. The cycle yatra is encouraged and sponsored by BSF, Rotary Club and many other organizations. The Prabhasakshi Correspondent took stock of the inauguration of this Yatra in Srinagar and interacted with Cyclist Mahesh and other officials and sports enthusiasts. Let’s see the special report-
Instructions to take back the textbook
On the other hand, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) on Sunday directed all schools in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to withdraw a textbook published by a Delhi-based publishing house. There are reports that the book contains blasphemous material against Islam. Publishing house JCEE Publications Pvt Ltd has regretted the “mistake” in the 2020 edition of the text book for class VII named “History and Civics”. The publisher was criticized for its portrayal of the last messenger of Islam in the book. The Academic Director of JKBOSE in an order has directed all schools in the Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh not to use the 2020 edition of the textbook.
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