EJAC (K), EJAC (Q) mourn demise
Srinagar: The central working committee of Employees’ Joint Action Committee (K), at a condolence meeting held here today with its vice-president, Bashir Ahmad Ganai in chair, expressed sorrow over the death of Ghulam Muhammad Shah, father-in-law of senior trade union leader and EJAC (K) president, Muhammad Khursheed Alam, on Thursday after brief illness.
The Rasm-e-Chaharum of the deceased, according to family, is being observed on April 17, Sunday, at 10.30 AM at his ancestral graveyard, Malakah, near Masjid Gazali.
Thousands of employees besides a delegation of EJAC (K) leaders led by B A Ganai visited the residence of deceased at Illahi Bagh, Bucchpora, here today to express solidarity with Muhammad Khursheed Alam.
Besides Ganai, the EJAC (K) delegation comprised Muntazir Mohi-ud-Din, Ghulam Muhammad Dhobi, Zulkarnian Bhat, Fayaz Andrabi, Shakeel Ahmad Shah, Abdul Majid Parray, Abdul Rashid Mir, Peer Manzoor Ahmad, Feroze Ahmad Dar, Khursheed A Bhat, M S Shalla, B A Waza, N A Bhat, Shabir Ahmad, P A Dar, F A Rather, M A Bhat, B A Khan, H G Mohi-ud-Din, A M Dhobi, khan Mushtaq and K A Khan.
Meanwhile, senior trade union leader and Employees’ Joint Action Committee (Q) president, Abdul Qayoom Wani, has also expressed grief and sorrow over the demise.
Wani has prayed for the deceased and expressed sympathy and solidarity with bereaved family in general and Muhammad Khursheed Alam in particular.
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