Protests in Kargil, Budgam, Srinagar against the assassination of the main commander of Iran by the United States
NEW DELHI/ SRINAGAR : The Shiites in Kargil, who have supported over the years in the area where members of their community are deployed as porters, protested on Friday against the murder of Qassim Suleimani, head of the Quds Force of the Revolutionary Guard Corps Iranian Islamic, in an attack with drones of the United States
Elsewhere, mild protest demonstrations were held in several areas dominated by Shiites after Friday prayers, while Shiites in local mosques in various locations in Srinagar, such as Abi Guzar, Shaheed Gunj and Zadibal, offered prayers for the Iranian commander murdered.
The administration of the newly formed UT of Ladakh had lifted last Friday the ban on mobile internet in Kargil, where no adverse incident had been reported since August 5 following the cancellation of. Friday's protest was conducted by Anjuman Jamiyat Ulama Isna Ashriya Kargil Ladakh (AJUIAK), led by Imam Jumma Sheikh. Protesters raised slogans against US governments. UU. And Israel while praising the supremacy of the Shiite leader of Iran, the great ayatollah Syed Ali Khamenei .
Shiite protesters in Kargil said Suleimani had helped eliminate the deadly ISIS from Syria and Iraq who were the perpetrators of violence in various parts of the world.
“We are part of Hindustan, as such, we are obligated to bring prosperity and peace to our region. We have to respect our faith and support Iran right now. Until today we do not have a central university of Islamic studies in Kargil while we make up 90% of this city. We do not let this city explode into violence during the reorganization or otherwise. Today was a symbolic peaceful protest, ”said AJUIAK general secretary, Sheikh Ibrahim Khalili.
Over the years, several Kargil students have visited Iran on pilgrimage to Mashad, and Iraq on pilgrimages to Karbala and Najaf.
Kargil protesters said they would continue to support the government and Indian agencies to eliminate terror.
In the city of Budgam, the stores remained closed for several hours as a sign of protest, while dozens of people holding banners against the United States and in support of Iran went out in processions and then dispersed peacefully. Stores in the area resumed their business after Friday prayers.