Srinagar- Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG) expressed shock over the untimely death of young journalist Mudasir Ali.
“This is the second such demise witnessed over the past two months when a young scribe died due to cardiac arrest”, KEG said in a statement.
“KEG is paying rich tributes to these reporters who left us at the peak of their career. We sympathise with their families”, the editors body said in a tweet.
KEG is paying rich tributes to these reporters who left us at the peak of their career. We sympathise with their families.
— Kashmir Editors Guild (@kasheditguild) November 20, 2020
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