Hundreds attend Mrs Bukhari’s fateha
Baramulla, Feb, 3: Hundreds of mourners today paid glowing tributes to late Mrs Syed Muhammad Yahaya Shah Bukhari here in north Kashmir. She was 80 and expired on Thursday after a brief spell of illness at SKIMS Srinagar.
A large number of people offered Fateha prayers at her Mazar which was followed by a well attended condolence meeting. Representatives of different associations, employees unions, and people affiliated to different political, social and religious groups, ministers, bureaucrats, technocrats, prominent citizens from different walks of life attended. Speaker after speaker described the deceased as a highly affectionate, social and cultured lady who as a Mualima taught Qur’an and Hadith to a women folk of the area for years together.
The mourners extended heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family in general and her sons Manzoor Ahmad Bukhari former officer of Industries & Commerce Department and Muhammad Ashraf Bukhari, IAS, Secretary to Government, Animal Husbandry Department.
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