Dr Farooq visits bereaved family of Late Muhammad Maqbool Bhat in Ganderbal

Also visits grieved family of ML Bindroo at Indira Nagar

Also visits grieved family of ML Bindroo at Indira Nagar

Srinagar, Oct 06 (KNS): The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference President and Member of Parliament from Srinagar visited the residence of former MLA Ganderbal Late Muhammad Maqbool Bhat to offer condolences with his family on his demise. Sharing in the grief of the bereaved family, he prayed for peace to the departed and much needed strength to the grieved family to bear the inconsolable loss. On the occasion, Dr Farooq recalled the contribution of Late Maqbool Sahib to district Ganderbal's development.

He said the deceased will be remembered for his pious nature and concern for the people of Ganderbal. He also offered Fatiha for the deceased on the occasion.

Among others Party General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar, Provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani, Senior leader Mian Altaf, Provincial Secretary Showkat Ahmed Mir, Senior VP Muhammad Syed Akhoon, District President Ganderbal Sheikh Ishfaq Jabbar have also condoled demise of Muhammad Maqbool Bhat, prayed for peace to his soul and fortitude to his bereaved family to bear the irreparable loss.

Later, Dr Farooq visited the residence of prominent Pharmacist ML Bindroo, who fell to the bullets of assassins yesterday. Party president expressed solidarity with the bereaved and prayed for peace to the departed soul and forbearance to bereaved to bear the inconsolable loss.

Denouncing Bindroo Ji's killing, he demanded that the perpetrators of the despicable and dastardly act be brought to justice. He further said that Kashmiri Pandits are part and parcel of the local shared history, and cultural ethos. "Protecting the pluralistic visage of J&K tops the agenda of NC. Such acts of violence are alien to our culture and ethos. There is no place for such violence in today's world. Those behind this heinous act should be named and shamed and given exemplary sentences. Such acts shouldn't divide us. The best retort to such violence is to strive for more unity than ever before. Our communal bonhomie and strings of brotherhood are age old and have stood the worst of times," he said. (KNS)

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