Joginder Singh Oberoi passes away
Lovely Singh bereaved
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 30: Joginder Singh Oberoi, prominent businessman of Kashmir and owner of hotel Bharat, passed away on Thursday night in New Delhi following a brief spell of illness. Singh was on dialysis for past three months.
Oberoi is the elder brother of Surinder Singh Oberoi (Lovely Singh), who has worked with different media organizations in Kashmir and is presently working with an international organization.
Singh is survived by his wife and two sons. His wife is senior teacher at one of the missionary school’s in Srinagar. He was also the member and treasurer of Kashmir Hotels and Restaurant Association (KHARA).
Despite turmoil in the Valley, Joginder did not leave his native place and continued with his business in Srinagar city.
His Antim Ardas would take place at Singh Sabha Gurdwara Rajouri Garden New Delhi on January 2 from 11am to 1pm.
KHARA condoles demise
Managing body of KHARA expressed grief and sorrow at the sad demise of Joginder Singh Oberoi.
In a condolence message a KHARA spokesman expressed sympathies with the bereaved family and prayed for the eternal peace to the departed soul.
President KHARA Siraj Ahmad said, “We are saddened by the demise of Joginder Singh. He was one of our colleagues and member of KHARA. He was an able person and pioneer of hotel business in the Valley.”
Traders Association condoles
Emergency Meeting of the Traders Association was held under the chairmanship of acting President Muhammad Yousuf Khan to condole the sad demise of Joginder Singh Oberoi, a spokesman of the Association said in a statement.
Others who participated in the meeting were Muhammad Nooruddin, Muhammad Ashraf Baba, Parvaiz Ahmad Rather , Imtiyaz Kitab, Bilal Ahmad and Mushtaq Ahmad Bazaz.
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