KYJA expresses sympathies with bereaved scribe

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Srinagar: Kashmir Young Journalists Association (KYJA) has expressed condolence on the demise of Haji Muhammad Yusuf Peer, father of Shabir Ibn Yousuf. Shabir Ibn Yousuf is senior correspondent associated the Greater Kashmir. 

The members of KYJA while paying their condolences to the bereaved family also prayed for the departed soul. “We share this moment of grief with our colleague and his family,” president of KYJA said after chairing a condolence meet held on Sunday in Srinagar.

“We stand by our colleague, Mr Shabir Ibn Yousuf, in this hour of grief,” he said. “May the departed soul rest in peace!”

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