AAC grieved over demise of party's senior member G M Rather of Beerwah

Delegation visits the bereaved family

Srinagar, Mar 17: Jammu & Kashmir Awami Action Committee (AAC) has expresses deep grief and sorrow over the demise of party's senior member Ghulam Ahmad Rather who was the son of organisation's former leader of Qandipora, Beerwah, Budgam, Late Khwaja Muhammad Abdullah Rather.

On hearing about the demise, on the directions of the AAC incarcerated Chairman Mirwaiz-e-Kashmir Dr Moulvi Muhammad Umar Farooq, a high level delegation of the organisation visited the bereaved family.

The delegation conveyed the condolence and solidarity on behalf of the organisation and its incarcerated chairman Mirwaiz-e-Kashmir with the bereaved family.

The delegation while addressing the condolence gathering said the Late Khwaja Muhammad Abdullah Rather led the organisation during the prolonged imprisonment of Shaheed-e-Millat in 1965 and promoted the programmes of AAC and the movement in the concerned districts. After that, the way the Late Khawaja Muhammad Abdullah's son Ghulam Ahmad Rather under the leadership of Mirwaiz-e-Kashmir promoted the social and political mission of the organisation was praiseworthy, the delegation said and paid tribute to the father son duo.

The delegation said that the Rather family and the whole area were not only associated with the AAC and movement but also had deep love with the Mirwaiz Family.

On the occasion, prayers and fateha were offered for the departed soul that Almighty Allah grant him Jannat-ul-Firdous to him.(KNS)

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