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JAMMU: Director School Education Jammu (DSEJ)), Anuradha Gupta, on behalf of the staff of the Directorate of School Education Jammu, on Thursday has expressed shock and grief over the untimely tragic death of ZEPO Chenani, Mohammad Rafiq, who lost his life in a road accident at Samroli on 29th of December.The Director, in her condolence message, described Mohammad Rafiq as a dedicated and hardworking officer who was revered by his peers and others alike. She prayed for peace to the departed soul and expressed her deepest sympathies with the grief stricken bereaved family.She has asked the Chief Education Officer Udhampur, P. D. Sharma to provide every possible help and support to the family of the deceased.
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