JKLF grieved at demise
Srinagar, Nov 16: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front has expressed deep sorrow over the demise of demise of its well-wisher Abdul Hamid Malik of Qazi Gund.
Speaking on the occasion of the Rasm-e- Qul of the deceased at his residence, the Front vice- chairman Advocate Bashir Ahmad Bhat termed the demise as his personal loss.
Remembering his philanthropic works, Bhat said the deceased and his family especially his two sons: Javid Ahmad Malik and Shuaib Malik, suffered much during the ongoing freedom.
Bhat prayed for the departed soul and sympathized with the bereaved family.
JKLF also has expressed condolences on the demise of the sister of Nazir Ahmad Khan , tehsil president Islamabad, and Dr Muhammad Sultan of Danter, Islamabad.
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