Malik grieved over Agha Fazlullah’s demise 

Srinagar: Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik Tuesday expressed his heartfelt grief and sorrow over the sad demise revered religious scholar and preacher Agha Syed Muhammad Fazlullah Almoosvi Alsafvi.

The top Shia cleric breathed his last yesterday at his Budgam residence.

Expressing solidarity with the bereaved family of the departed soul, Malik as per the statement issued here said that the religious and social work done by this revered scholar and his family is commendable and Kashmiris will always remember their hard work in these fields.

Malik said that Agha Fazlullah always worked hard for unity among Muslims and today “when we are paying homage to this great soul we pray to Allah almighty for his high place in Jannah.”

He also expressed solidarity with the bereaved family and prayed for their Sabr I Jamil o Jazil.

JKLF leader Ashraf Bin Salam along with a delegation comprising of Peer Abdul Rashid and Muhammad Ramazan today visited Budgam and expressed condolences to the bereaved family.

Paying tributes to the deceased scholar, Salam praised his works in the field of religion, social work and unity among Muslim Ummah.

Meanwhile, JKLF has expressed grief over the demise of Muhammad Altaf Khan of Baran Pather Haft Chinar who was brother in law of Sheikh Muhammad Aslam.

Praying for the heavenly abode of the deceased, JKLF also prayed for the patience of his bereaved family.


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