Oil dealers grieved
Srinagar, Dec 2: The All Kashmir Valley Petroleum Dealers’ Association today expressed grief over the demise of Ghulam Mohiuddin Rafique, president of the association.
Various delegations of petroleum dealers today visited the residence of the Rafiquee and expressed their condolences with the bereaved family.
“Rafiquee Sahab was among one of the prominent petroleum dealers of the state. He started his retail outlet in 1968. Since then he has been part of the petroleum business,” said Bilal Ahmad, Secretary of the petroleum association.
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