The central theme of the conference was “How to Overcome Social Evils, Drug Addiction, Degradation of Moral Values, Growing Family Disputes, and Suicide Cases.”
SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 25 :
The Jammu and Kashmir Civil Society Forum hosted a roundtable conference that brought together a diverse group of individuals, including religious scholars, leaders of prominent social organizations, writers, poets, journalists, and influential members of civil society. The event, held at a local hotel, was presided over by Mufti Azam Jammu and Kashmir, Mufti Nasirul Islam.
The central theme of the conference was “How to Overcome Social Evils, Drug Addiction, Degradation of Moral Values, Growing Family Disputes, and Suicide Cases.” Abdul Qayoom Wani, Chairman of the Civil Society Forum in Jammu and Kashmir and a former EJAC leader, delivered the welcome address and set the tone for the seminar.
Several notable figures from Jammu and Kashmir participated in the event and shared their insights on addressing social issues. Mufti Azam Jammu and Kashmir, Mufti Nasir-ul Islam, used the platform to call for peace and condemn the ongoing civilian casualties in the conflict between Israel and Palestine, expressing solidarity with the Muslim Palestinian community.
Other speakers who discussed the pressing social issues included Moulana Gh Rasool Hami, President of Karwani Islami; Ab Rehman Bhatt, President of Jamiat Ahlie Hadith; poet and writer Zareef Ah Zareef; Syed Humayun Kaisar, former Director of All India Radio; renowned journalist Sanam Aijaz; Bashir Ahmad Mir, Chairman of Human Aid Society Kashmir; Professor Mrs. Shahnaza jee from Kashmir University; broadcaster Jenab Gh Hassan Gamgeen; trade union leader Farooq Ah Trali; Aijaz Ah Khan, President of the Private School Association; and Doctor Jawhar Qadosi.
All the speakers voiced a unanimous message: it is the collective responsibility of every individual to step forward and actively combat social evils. They pledged their unwavering support to the J&K Civil Society Forum in its mission to eradicate social issues, emphasizing that the forum’s objective is not political but aimed at the betterment of society.