Drama serial ‘Ertugrul Ghazi’ breathed new life of Freedom into Kashmiri youth: Report

Baaghi TV: Ertugrul Ghazi, popularly known as the Turkish Games of Thrones, breathed new life into young Kashmiris. Many parents began naming their children Ertugrul.

According to the details, the story of the play Ertugrul Ghazi is from before the establishment of the Ottoman Empire in the 13th century. And the main story of the play revolves around a brave Muslim general named Ertugrul, also known as Ertugrul Ghazi.

The play shows how in the 13th century the Turkish general Ertugrul bravely fought the Mongols, the Crusaders and the oppressors and maintained a series of victories.The drama is being watched in the occupied valley despite Indian oppression.

Speaking to Anatolia Agency, Abu Bakr, a 27-year-old business student, said: “This drama has given us hope. We are hopeful that with God’s help, our problems will be solved.”

According to the news agency, Abu Bakr has watched five seasons of Ertugrul Ghazi but he is watching this drama again. The biggest reason for watching this drama again is a strong religious message. In this message it is said that victory is not ours but it belongs to Allah Almighty.

Manon Akhtar, a researcher in sociology, told a Turkish news agency that the drama series was similar to the problems of Kashmiris.The difficult issues shown in the play are just like our valley.

Talking to news TV, he said, “We hope that Allah Almighty will send a brave man like Ertugrul Ghazi to the occupied Kashmir and he will end oppression and injustice.”

When the Turkish news agency spoke to experts, one of them, Noor Mohammad Baba, said that the scenes shown in the play were similar to those of Kashmiris. There are three reasons why this play is so popular.

According to the news agency, it has become so popular in occupied Kashmir that Muslim parents are naming their children after Ertugrul Ghazi.

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