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Meet this author from Shopian, who published his second poetry book

Meet this author from Shopian, who published his second poetry book
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26-year-old Sahil says his aim is to be become voice of voice less

Jahangeer Ganaie

Shopian, Sep 23 (KNO): A youth from South Kashmir’s Shopian district has recently published his second poetry book in which he has touched various subjects of great importance related to daily life.

Sahil Mudasir(26), a resident of Melhoora Village in Zainapora belt of South Kashmir’s Shopian district has written so far two books and has co-authored around one dozen books.

While taking with news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that Sahil said that last year his book titled “Secrets of an occupied heart” got published which was multi-dimensional book in which my prime focus was how people of Kashmir are living in conflict zone and what problems they face.

Recently, he said that his book “The shadow” which comprises of 75 poems in which his focus is also how life is going on in conflict zone besides the topics I have touched include social issues, Nature, feminism, street beggars etc.

“In my new book, I expressed my views based on my personal experience that how people are suffering by living in a conflict zone and how problems they are facing and how these issues can be solved,” Sahil told KNO. “The aim of my life is to become voice of voiceless and is there is none who is ready to mitigate sufferings of Kashmiri people and there is none who works for the betterment of Kashmiri people.”

He said that people like him are lonely and nobody listens to them. “So there is a need to come forward and become voice of yourself and other fellow Kashmiri people,” Sahil said. “My message to the people of Kashmir is don’t waste time in futile exercises. People are more talented than youth outside valley but there is need to explore the talent and utilize it in a positive way.” Sahil said that there is a need to transform the society “ourselves and don’t wait for others.”—(KNO)

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