Son gets passport
Srinagar, Oct 20: Regional Passport Officer here has issued passport to Naseem Geelani, younger son of the Hurriyat Conference (G) Chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani.
Informed sources told Greater Kashmir that passport was handed over to Naseem a few days back.
Presently Naseem is working as an Assistant Professor in the faculty of forestry at Sher-e- Kashmir University of Agriculture Sciences (SKUAST-K) here.
Pertinently, New Delhi is mulling to provide passport and other documents to the Hurriyat (G) Chairman also and formalities in this regard are being completed.
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