Jammu and Kashmir Teachers Joint Action Committee (JKTJAC) extended warm greetings to people on the auspicious festival of Eid-ul-Azha. JKTJAC appealed people to celebrate the Eid with utmost austerity and simplicity. The chairman appealed teachers to help the needy on this ouspicious occasion Eid.
In a press statement to Kashmir Pen Chairman JKTJAC Gazi Abdul Aziz while greeting the people on the auspicious and sacred festival of Eid-ul-Azha said that Eid-ul-Azh is the sacred festival muslim of sacrifice and happiness. So he said that in wake of covid crisis the people who face financial constraints during the tough times need some help.
Therefore the people who are financially well off and the teachers in particular should extend their helping hand to needy people in order to make them celebrate the Eid happily, he said. He also appealed people to celebrate Eid with utmost austerity and simplicity and said that covid preventive measures should be strictly followed while celebrating this sacred festival. He prayed for peace and prosperity for the mankind on this auspicious religious festival.
The other leaders of JKTJAC who have extended their warm greetings and good wishes to people on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Azha are; state general secretary Saleeem Sagar, chief vice president Parvaiz Iqbal, vice chairman Reyaz-u-Rehman, Chief spokes person Ashiq Rasool, Chief organiser Syed Misaq, Coordinator Peer Siraj, Provincial President Hyder Ali Khan and Qazi Tasleem, chief publicity secretary Azad Hussain, Advisor, Ghulam Nabi Ganie, Dilbar Mushtaq, Shahnawaz Ahmad, publicity secretary Azmat Iqbal, Sheikh Mashoq, Majid Sab Karna, Mukhtar Ahmad, Malik Ashraf, Mohammed Rafiq, Mushtaq Ahmed, Rah Shabir, Syed Mumtaz Ahmad, and All DP and ZPs of JKTJAC.