Dr Farooq, Omar Abdullah express grief over demise of senior Party leader Nasir Khan
Party rank, file express solidarity with bereaved, pray for peace to deceased
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference President, Member of Parliament from Srinagar Dr. Farooq Abdullah and Vice President Omar Abdullah have expressed profound grief over the sad demise of senior party Leader and Ex MLC Nasir Khan of Keran, who breathed his last today.
In his condolence message, Dr Farooq termed the demise of Nasir Khan as personal loss. He said, “The news of his passing away has saddened me; in his passing away, the party has lost an industrious soldier. His passing away has created a void, which will not be easy to fill for many years. I express my sympathies with the bereaved family, and followers of his, I share their grief and pray for fortitude to them in these trying times. I pray to Almighty to bestow the highest echelons to him in Jannat,” he said.
Party Vice President in his condolence message said, “Deepest condolences to the bereaved family, I have had a long association with late Nasir Khan Sahib, a dedicated, sincere and loyal soldier of the party. He always remained committed to the cause of strengthening the party and serving the people of his area to the best of his ability. I express unison with the bereaved family members of his.”
Meanwhile, a condolence meeting, presided over by party General Secretary Sagar was held at Party Headquarters Nawa-e-Subha, Srinagar wherein party leaders paid tributes to the deceased leader.
Meanwhile Party President and Vice President have expressed grief over the demise of wife of District President Poonch Qazi Muhammad Syed Begh, prayed for peace to deceased and fortitude to bereaved family members to bear the irreparable loss.
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