Huriyat Conference (M) convened an extraordinary meeting on Thursday of its Executive Council at Mirwaiz Manzil, Nageen. The meeting which was convened by Chairman Mirwaiz Muhammad Umar Farooq saw participation of Executive Council members including Prof Abdul Gani Bhat, Moulana Abbas Ansari, Bilal Gani Lone, Agha Syed Hassan al Moosvi, Musadiq Aadil and Mukhtar Ahmad Waza.
According to the Huriyat (M) spokesman, during the meet, participants took detailed stock of the flood situation across the length and breadth of Kashmir. Terming the flood calamity as a national disaster, the participants expressed profound grief and regret over the loss of life and property due to inundation of vast areas of Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir.
The participants stated, the way Kashmiri nation has stood up to the challenge of the flood catastrophe in times of crisis was exemplary, adding, the commitment and resolve shown by the people would help the Kashmiri nation to face the massive challenge ahead of rebuilding Kashmir with full might and confidence.
Lauding the extraordinary efforts of Huriyat (M) Chairman for leading from the front during the recent ravaging floods for rescuing thousands of people and organizing relief camps to provide succor to the flood victims, the participants also lauded the role of Hurriyat leaders for helping the people in the times of crisis.
The participants stated that the Kashmiri youth have made the nation proud by their courage and resolve in the floods during which they rescued thousands of people to safety even risking their own life and did everything possible to look after the needs of flood victims.
Stressing upon people to show complete solidarity in these times of crisis, the participants stated that Kashmir as a vibrant nation should exhibit self-help and self- confidence to provide succor and help to each other.
The participants also asked the people of Kashmir to keep an eye on those who are active in the process to exploit the ongoing catastrophic situation for their political and own personal vested interests.
The Executive Council also appealed to the global community and international aid donors to help rehabilitation of flood hit victims of Kashmir.