AAC Condoles Demise of Yaqoob Vakil

Muhammad Yaqoob Vakil

Srinagar- Awami Action Committee (AAC) Saturday expressed grief over the demise of many personalities associated with the organisation, the movement and the Mirwaiz family.

Among the deceased personalities include noted political and social activist Muhammad Yaqoob Vakil of Ghadiyar Zaina Kadal.

In a statement AAC on behalf of its leadership, especially its incarcerated Chairman Mirwaiz-e-Kashmir Mirwaiz Umar Farooq expressed condolence and solidarity with all the bereaved families.

AAC said that Muhammad Yaqoob Vakil started his political activities under the leadership of Shaheed-e-Millat Mirwaiz Moulvi Muhammad Farooq. Even in unusual and unfavourable circumstances, the deceased made sincere efforts to carry forward the organisational programmes side by side with the martyred leader. Yaqoob Sahib also worked under the leadership of the current head of the organization Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. He was also associated with Anjuman Auqaf Jama Masjid Srinagar and rendered his services for the improvement of the Auqaf as well .

AAC also expressed grief at the demisie of mother of Ghulam Mohammad Bhat the Halqa President of Zoonimar,AAC termed her as a virtuous and pious woman.

AAC also paid tributes to Khawaja Abdul Razzaq Lone, the AAC expressed condolence and solidarity with the deceased’s sons Ghulam Ali Lone and Farooq Ahmed Lone and his son-in-law Shakeel Ahmad Rather and all the bereaved family members. It prayed to Allah to grant Jannat-ul-Firdous to all the departed souls and forbearance to the bereaved families to bear the irreparable losses.

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