Jammu and Kashmir waqf board has finally come up with a dream project that will benefit people from all walks of life and all faiths in Jammu and Kashmir. Chairperson of the board Dr Darakhshan Andrabi yesterday announced that the waqf board will construct a Cancer hospital in Srinagar for which the land has been identified and necessary arrangements are being made for union home minister Amit shah to lay the foundation of the hospital. Waqf borad had miserably failed in establishing an institution that could serve the people of jammu and Kashmir in any sphere of life, be it education, health care or the economy. The fact is that Jammu and Kashmir Waqf board owns a propert worth hundreds of millions of rupees in every nook and corner of the union territory but, during the last seven decades or so, the board has not been able to put the property to best of use. MVDSB is a single entity but the board has proud fully established a standard university besides a state of the art technology super specialty hospital in Katra where thousands of people from all across the country are treated free of cost. Jammu and Kashmir waqf board owns shopping complexes, thousands of shops, thousands of acres of land and other immovable property but unfortunately the board was infested with corruption, misadministration and other issues. These issues were never taken serious by the previous dispensations and the result is that we have not been able to establish a single entity which we could be proud of. People from all across Jammu and Kashmir give crores of rupees as charity and in other forms to the board yearly and this money would either go to the care takers of the “Ziyarats” or to the kitty of the officials of the board. Now that the new administration has taken a stand of putting the waqf income to use and doing away with corruption and mis-administration in the board, it is our rightful duty to support its policies so that the income generated by the board is put to a constructive use.
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