Khan was caretaker of martyr’s graveyard Eidgah
Srinagar: All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Thursday expressed grief over the demise of the caretaker of martyr’s graveyard Eidgah, Habibullah Khan, terming Khan’s death as a great loss.
According to the statement issued here, a spokesperson said Mirwaiz visited martyr’s graveyard Eidgah and led the funeral prayers of Khan.
Mirwaiz while highlighting the contributions of deceased, said that he was a committed soldier who remained steadfast towards his duty till his last breath.
Khan has laid to rest around 2000 martyrs.
Hurriyat chairman said that for his contributions and selfless service, Khan will always be remembered.
Mirwaiz also expressed his solidarity with the bereaved family and prayed for the highest standards for the deceased in Janah.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat chairman while remembering the Kashmir’s prominent religious scholar Moulana Syed Muhammad Qasim Shah Bukhari on his 19 death anniversary stated that Bukhari’s contributions at educational and religious fronts will always be remembered.
He said that Bukhari had a great hold on the Arabic language and remained busy in spreading the knowledge on the basis of Quran and Sunnah.