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JAMMU: A delegation of Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC) led by its President and Chairman, JK Teachers Forum visited residence of Sanjay Kumar Sharma (Organiser EJAC) to condole demise of his mother. The delegation expressed sympathies with bereaved family and extended condolences on behalf of all employees of J&K. Rafique Rather, on the occasion, recalled childhood days spent with Sanjay Kumar, who is basically from Baramulla but presently residing at Poonch House Jammu. He said that demise of Sanjay’s mother is a personal loss to him and he equally shares this irreparable loss.Rather also extended condolences and sympathies to bereaved family from entire ‘Degree College Group Baramulla’ and prayed for eternal peace to departed soul besides granting strength to bereaved family for bearing the loss. The members of delegation included Omesh Raina, Avtar bhat, Tahir Sofi and Ravesh.
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