Death Of KNS Editor’s Father Widely Mourned

SRINAGAR — The demise of KNS Editor-in-Chief’s father is widely grieved by people from different shades of society.

Pertinently, Muhammad Subhan Bhat breathed his last on Tuesday night. A large number of mourners braving cold participated in his fu­neral prayers at Shalhal Hand­wara area of North Kashmir’s Kupwara district. Jammu and Kashmir Ittihadul Muslimeen chief patron Maulana Moham­mad Abbas Ansari in a state­ment prayed for the departed soul and for strength to family bear the loss. CPI (M) leader Muhammad Yousuf Tarigami extended his heartfelt sympa­thies with the bereaved family especially with KNS Editor-in-Chief Muhammad Aslam Bhat.

Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) also condoled the pass­ing away of Haji Mohd Subhan and conveyed deepest condo­lences to bereaved family.

He described the deceased as a noble soul and prayed for his eternal peace. Secretary Information, Sarmad Hafeez condoled the demise. While extending heartfelt condo­lences to the bereaved family he prayed for peace to the de­parted soul. Meanwhile, Direc­tor Information, Tariq Ahmad Zargar has also offered his con­dolences to Muhammad Aslam over the demise of his father and has prayed for peace to the departed soul.

Joint Director Information Kashmir, Muhammad Ashraf Hakak expressed grief over the demise and extended condolences to the bereaved family. Hakak prayed for peace to the soul of departed and strength to the grief-stricken family.

Separatist leader Engineer Hilal Ahmad War expressed profound grief and sorrow over the demise and prayed Jannah for the departed soul.

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