Several organisations condole passing away of GNS editor Tanvir ul Ahad

Several organisations condole passing away of GNS editor Tanvir ul Ahad

Srinagar: Several orginisatiosn ahave offered their condolences over the demise of demise of young GNS editor Tanveer ul Ahad.
Expressing grief and sorrow over the sad demise of Tanveer ul Ahad Editor in Cheif (GNS) G N Var President Private Schools’ Association termed the deceased as a most noble and gentle soul. He was a young upcoming journalist and would always highlight the miseries and hardship of common masses. The deceased was a person of great potential and had high dreams but alas in his death we lost an able soul.
Praying for eternal peace to the departed soul, Var expressed his heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved family. The members of the Association prayed to almighty to give courage to the family and grant Jannah to the departed soul.
Describing Tanveer-ul-Ahad as a journalist par excellence, editor-in-chief of monthly Payam-e-Talaba, Umar Sultan, has expressed deep shock on the sad demise of senior Journalist and founder editor of GNS and Kashmir Glory.
He said “Tanveer was a personal friend and colleague from more than last ten years and his untimely death has created a void in Kashmir press.”
“Tanveer was a humble human being, always available to help people in distress. He will be remembered for his incisive journalistic and management skills, which enabled him to start his own newspaper as well as news gathering agency, GNS. With his hard work and determination, GNS soon emerged as credible news gathering agency breaking news from all parts of Jammu and Kashmir. Tanveer was not only a journalist, he was a humanitarian activist.
Payam-e-Talaba staff prays for peace to the departed soul and extends sympathies with the bereaved family, and prays for patience for the bereaved family as well as friends and colleagues of Tanveer to bear this irreparable loss.
Meanwhiel, President Kashmir trade alliance Ajaz Shahdhar expresses his heartfelt condolences with the family of editor in chief of G N S. He said that the untimely death of Tanveer ul Ahad has come up with a shock. He was a kind hearted and noble person. May Allah bestow his soul with highest place in jannah and courage to his family to accept this irreparable loss.
Also Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Tuesday condoled his demise.
Saddened over the death, DAK President Dr Nisar ul Hassan prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul and expressed heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family.
Paying rich tributes to the deceased, Dr Nisar said his death is a great loss to the media fraternity and has resulted in an unbridgeable void in the field of journalism.
“Born in village Muqami Shahwali of Drugmulla area in district Kupwara, Tanveer was a man of impeccable integrity,” he said.
“By dint of his hard work, GNS in a short time became a household name in Kashmir valley,” he said.
Dr Nisar said he was a fearless and uncompromising journalist who spoke truth to power. He was always respected and revered for his brave journalism and for him, the newspaper was a conduit for speaking truth.

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