Vets mourn Jaswant’s death
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Srinagar: The death of Dr Jaswant Singh, former senior officer of Animal Husbandry Departmet, who died in a road accident on the road between Gurgaon and NOIDA on January 5 has been deeply mourned by his professional colleagues and friends in the department.
At a condolence meet held here today under the chairmanship of Dr J L Mattoo, Director, AH Department, the speakers described the deceased as a thorough gentleman and highly cultured veterinarian. They extended heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family in general and Dr Joginder Singh in particular. The executive body of vets association also attended the condolence meeting, extended their sympathies with the bereaved and prayed for peace to the departed soul & fortitude to the bereaved family to bear the loss.
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