‘Waqf was rudderless boat but now well-controlled ship’: Darakhshan Andrabi
Jammu Links News3/28/2023

BARAMULLA: Chairperson J&K Waqf Board, Dr Darakhshan Andrabi has said that Waqf was a rudderless boat but within one year it has now been converted into well controlled ship.

She was speaking to the people after inaugurating new public facility cum washroom block constructed by the Board for the visitors at Nadihal Ziarat in Baramulla.

She express her gratitude to the public for the huge endorsement received by the Board for its reformist and developmental initiatives.

"We will continue to take strong decisions to carry forward the mission of streamlining the Waqf Working systems in J&K. A few people are hurt by our decisions but thankfully the majority is supporting our decisions.

Waqf was a rudderless boat and we have fit in strong rudders in it and also provided expertise to make it navigate safely in the challenging waters of the time. It is now a huge ship," Dr Darakhshan said.

She paid obeisance at Ziyarat Hazrat Syed Malik Bhukhari (RA) at Nadihal and also paid reverence at the shrine of Hazrat Janbaz Wali (RA) at Baramulla town. Dr Andrabi took stock of the facilities at both the shrines and also inspected the performance of Waqf Board staff at both the shrines.

The Chairperson was accompanied by Executive Magistrate of Waqf Board Ishtiyaq Mohiuddin, Executive Engineer Waqf Kaloo, ACR Baramulla Mumtaz Ahmad besides officers from civil and police administration.



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