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Majid Nizami true supporter of Kashmiris

MUZAFFARABAD: Glowing tributes were paid to veteran journalist and Editor Nawa-i-Waqt, Majid Nizami, for his 60-year services for safeguarding the true values of journalism in the country.

At a ceremony held at the Nawa-i-Waqt office here on Saturday, various speakers called Majid Nizami the custodian of the Ideology of Pakistan, pride of journalism and a soldier of democracy.

A large number of people including prominent personalities like Adviser to AJK President Raja Abdul Qayyum Khan, former minister Khawja Farooq Ahmed, President Muzaffarabad Press Club Salim Parwana, ex-administrator Zila Council Raja Imtiaz Ahmed Khan, District Amir of Jamaat-e-Islami Qazi Shahid Hamid, JKLL Central Senior Vice President Abdul Latif Mir Advocate, JKPP former leader Zahid Akram Khan, General Secretary Muslim Conference Raja Saqib Majid Khan, President Pensioners Association Gul Zaman and others addressed the ceremony. In his remarks, Raja Abdul Qayyum said that Majid Nizami has rendered meritorious services to safeguard the ideological boundaries of the country.
He never compromised on national interests of Pakistan in any case, he said.

Paying him glowing tributes for his services, they appreciated Majid Nizami’s courageous stand on various issues of national importance and said that he is the man of values and vision.
In his address, Qazi Shahid Hamid said that the Nawa-i-Waqt Group is projecting the Kashmir cause in true spirit and is advocating their rights of self-determination under the UN resolutions.
In his remarks, Abdul Latif Mir said that Majid Nizami and Nawa-i-Waqt have never let the Kashmiris down and hoped that they would continue their struggle till the logical end of the Kashmir movement. Salim Parwana said that Majid Nizami has upheld the flag of freedom through his newspaper. He also said that the Nawa-i-Waqt Group has always been in the forefront in extending all help to the victims of natural disasters like floods and earthquake.
Source: The Nation