Muslim personal law board grieved over Mufti’s death

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Srinagar

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Personal Law Board has expressed grief over the sad demise of Mufti Nazimuddin, cousin of Grand Mufti, Nasir-ul-Islam, who passed away on Sunday.
The General Secretary of Muslim Personal Law Board, Ahmad Ayaz in a statement issued in Srinagar expressed grief over the demise of Mufti Nazimuddin and prayed for eternal peace to the deceased. He said that Mufti Nazimuddin was a noble person and well-known social activist of Kashmir.
Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Personal Law Board expressed heartfelt sympathy with the bereaved family.
Meanwhile, Mufti Sahib’s passing away is a great loss to the people of J&K State in many ways. Mufti Sahib’s Healing Touch philosophy had created an atmosphere of understanding for youth as he (Mufti Sahib) wanted the youth to play a role in Nation-Building.”
“It is a natural phenomenon in politics to have differences and that is what happened in recent months, but we have to assess Mufti Sahib’s contribution in a broader frame and that way it is a time to lament his premature death as a great loss to the people of the State.
Mufti Sahib happened to be a good administrator and he had certain thoughts how to move about in future.—KMS