Alama Peer Yasin passes away
Thousands attend Nimaz-e-Jinazah
Srinagar, Dec 21: Faqir-e-Millat, Moulana Alama Peer Muhammad Yasin Shah, the revered religious personality of Dharbagh-Harwan passed away on Wednesday morning.
He was 111-year old.
Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, Ministers, Legislators and heads of various religious institutions have expressed grief over the demise.
The revered Faqir-e-Milat had recently opened the doors of Tujjar Sharief Shrine at Sopore after 20 years and laid the foundation of the new shrine along with Chairman Minhaj-ul-Islam, Moulana Alama Naqib Sahib, Chief Patron of Maqdoom Trust Peerzada Shahid Jeelani, Chairman Hazrat Bulbul Shah Trust, Khawaja Renzushah and other religious scholars of the state.
Minhaj-ul-Islam, along with thousands of devotees from across the Valley reached Dharbagh to attend the last journey of the Faqir-e-Milat.
His Nimaz-e-Jinaza was offered at 4 pm at Dharbagh Harwan.
Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah conveyed his sympathies to the bereaved family and expressed solidarity with them.
Meanwhile, Speaker, Muhammad Akbar Lone, Minister For Finance, A R Rather, Minister for Education, Peerzada Muhammad Sayeed, Minister for Rural development, Ali Muhammad Sagar, Minister for Higher Education, Abdul Gani Malik, Minister for Irrigation & Flood Control, Taj Mohi-ud-Din, CM’s Advisor, Mubarak Gul, besides legislators, Muhammad Khalil Band, Mir Zahoor and Dr. Bashir Ahmad Shah (Veeri) have also expressed sorrow over the demise.
Huriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has also expressed grief over the demise and has prayed for peace to the departed soul.
In a condolence meeting organised by Hazrat Bulbul Shah Trust, with Kh. Renzushah in chair, the participants said, “Moulana Alama Peer was not only known religious leader of J&K, but religious scholars across the world had great admiration and respect for the great saintly personality.
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