Visits bereaved family at Rajbagh
SRINAGAR, JANUARY 06: Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today visited Rajbagh residence of ex-legislator Muhammad Akhter Nizami, who passed away at a hospital here on Wednesday after a brief spell of illness.
He said that Nizami was a veteran leader who was known for his socio-political activities and was popular for his innate etiquettes and socialization with friends.
Recalling the contribution of the deceased, Bukhari termed Nizami as a great social worker who had a vast base comprising people of different shades of opinion.
“Everybody who knew him is saddened by his demise. We offer our deepest condolences to the bereaved family and friends at such a difficult time,” Bukhari observed. Bukhari prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul and endurance to the bereaved family.
Meanwhile, the Minister for Education also visited Solina Rambagh to offer condolences to social worker Mohammad Afzal, on the demise of his son-in-law and later visited the residence of Ghulam Ahmad Ganaie who passed away at Hakim Bagh in Rawalpora recently.
Bukhari prayed for an eternal peace to the departed souls and extended solidarity with the bereaved families.