First batch of Haj pilgrims from Srinagar are carrying prayers for brotherhood and peace in Kashmir

Our Haj pilgrimage has begun, said pilgrims from Kashmir. This is the first flight to Haj. We are going for the country, community and Kashmir. Non muslims are our brothers too, Kashmiri Pandits are our brothers, we all are living in one place and we hope that peace and quiet reigns and our country India progresses. Hindus and Muslims are brothers and this is the relationship of humanity which we should not forget, said pilgrims as they are ready to leave for the holy pilgrimage. The DC Anantnag saw us off from Anantnag for this holy pilgrimage. All the arrangements were good that were made by the DC. Haj travellers were happy. We prayed for all Hindus and Muslims and the youth and everyone so that our Haj will be accepted. We are happy that Allah has called us. We are praying that everyone is employed, gets facilities, gets convenience, and all remain healthy and happy in peace, Haj pilgrims said. Brotherhood should rule and no one should be against anyone. Brotherhood is the best example. We have to see each other with the eyes of a brother, friend and sympathiser. This is our request and this is also the real purpose of Hajj. Let’s get closer to each other and let us not create distance. We want to maintain brotherhood and have done till date, said pilgrims. It is Allah’s call that we are going on Hajj. We will pray for all. The trouble that has come in Kashmir in the last forty years may Allah remove them. Let us live in peace. May there be peace in Kashmir and everyone stays happy. We want to stay in brotherhood. It is our misfortune that Hindu brothers got missed out. We want an atmosphere of brotherhood to prevail in Kashmir, Hindus and Muslims should all live together in brotherhood. This is the prayer we hold in our hearts. Every muslim is going for Hajj. The Haj Committee has made all the arrangements for the Haj pilgrims under the leadership of the Lieutenant Governor Shri Manoj Sinha so that there is nothing lacking in their holy pilgrimage.

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