Seyyed Morteza Bakhtiari, among the pilgrims of Imam Yahya ibn Zayd (A.S.) in Meyami district said, “The message of the Islamic Revolution and fight against oppression, corruption and discrimination was spread by these nobles and their honorable ancestors among lovers of the household of the Apostle of God (S.A.W.).”
Pointing to the title of year as “Resistive Economy; Production and Employment”, by Supreme Leader, he said, “We hope using the ability and talent of the faithful and young forces of our country, we do witness the realization of the goals for development and transcendence of Islamic Iran.”
“The honored book of Sahife Sajadieh, which is the illuminated legacy of Imam Sajad (A.S.) to all mankind, is collected by this Holy Imam Descendent” Deputy Custodian of Astan Quds Razavi said.
“The revered descendants of the Infallible Imams (A.S.), for justice and protecting the Guardianship, sacrificed their holy lives and became the messengers of the influential message of the household of the Apostle of God (S.A.W.) in order to continue the path today and ever” he added.
“At the moment of the new year transition, Razavi Holy Shrine was host to more than three million pilgrims and neighbors, and this represents the love and devotion of the people to the Infallible Imams (A.S.)” Bakhtiari stated.
“Thanks to God, the reformation and development that has been done in the Holy Shrine of Imam Yahya bin Zaid Ben Ali (A.S.) caused it to annually welcomes five million pilgrims from all over the country and the Islamic world” he said.
“By the assistance of provincial executive departments, through widening and improvement of road in Meyami, hopefully the issue of traffic to the area will soon be resolved” Deputy Custodian of Astan Quds Razavi expressed at the end.
It is worth mentioning that Deputy Custodian of Astan Quds Razavi, the Governor’s Office Deputy of Pilgrimage and General Director of Endowments Organization of Khorasan Razavi also visited the measures taken in the fields of culture, propagation and welfare of pilgrims.