Srinagar: To the express the sympathies with Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman (H) over the sad demise of his uncle Haji Ghulam Rasool Mir, today a number of senior resistant leaders including Mohammad Yasin Malik, Shabir Ahmad Shah, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Farooq Ahmad Dar (Biita Karate) Mohd Maqbool Sofi, Mohammad Abdullah Tari and others visited the bereaved family of Javaid Ahmad Mir and expressed condolences and solidarity with the family members.
Meanwhile Peoples Conference Chairman Bilal Ahmad Lone, Prof Abdul Gani Bhat and Aga Syed Hassan Almosvi in their separate statements have condoled the sad demise of Haji Ghulam Rasool Mir.
Pertinently on Sunday, Hurriyat Conference Leaders Musadiq Adil, Er Hilal Ahmad War, Mukhatar Ahmad Waza, Syed Salim Geelani, Ghulam Mustafa Bhat, Imtiyaz Reshi and senior journalist Yousuf Jameel, thronged the residence of Javaid Mir to express their condolences.
Mushtaq Ul Islam chairman Muslim Conference including a delegation, President Voice of Victims Rouf Ahmad Khan, Jammu and Kashmir Young Journalist Association led by Ajaz ibn Yousuf and Bilal Bashir Bhat also visited the bereaved family at Chota Bazar Srinagar and expressed solidarity with Javaid Mir and other Family Members.
Meanwhile Ravies Ahmad Mir, Rouf Ahmad Bhat from Pakistan and a large number of people from London, AJK and other parts of world called over JKLF Chairman over phone and expressed deep sympathies with over the sad demise of his uncle.
Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq while expressing deep shock and regret over the sad demise offers his deep condolences to the bereaved family, Mirwaiz offered special prayers for the deceased soul.
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