Symbiosis student laid to rest
Srinagar, Apr 3: The body of a 22 year old student, who had died in Pune on Tuesday, was today flown to Srinagar, where from it was brought to his native village Doodipora in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.
Kabir Rasheed Bhat s/o Abdur Rasheed was pursuing BBA course at Symbiosis Art and Commerce College Pune.
Pall of gloom descended over Doodipora as soon as Kabir’s body reached there.
Thousands of people including local MLA and CAPD Minster Chaudary Muhammad Ramzan participate in Kabir’s funeral.
Meanwhile, Law and Parliamentary Minster Mir Saifullah, Peoples Conference Chairmen of both the factions, Bilal Gani Lone and Sajad Gani Lone and the former Minster Sofi Ghulam Mohidin have condoled the demise and expressed solidarity with the bereaved family.
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