Former Amir-i-Jamat bereaved

Srinagar:  Pal of gloom descended in North Kashmir’s Pattan area when the son-in-law of former Amir-i-Jamat-i-Islami Ghulam Muhammad Bhat breathed his last when he was offering Friday prayers in a Masjid.

The deceased Reyaz Ahmed Pandit was a government employee in Horticulture department. 

Amir Jamat Islami, Muhammad Abdullah Wani said that Pandit was a noble fellow and all the leaders of the organization visited his residence located in Hamray Pattan to express solidarity with the bereaved family. 

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