Thursday, February 18, 2016

Funeral Procession of Hojjatul Islam Syed Hadi Musavi r.a

Aga Syed Hadi was the Elder Brother of President Islamia School Kargil Aga Syed Jamal Mossavi and an active meber of Islamia School Kargil.
Syed Hadi’s health was not good from the last one month and was under treatment at Jammu. He reached Leh where he was admitted to Sonam Nurboo Memorial Hospital and breathes his last breath at the hospital on the night of 15th of Feb 2016.
His mortal remains reached Kargil on 16th afternoon and were carried to his ancestral village Minjee from Islamia School Kargil in the form of mourning procession. 
More than 5,000 people performed the Nimaz-e-Jinaza led by Imam Jumma Wal Jamait Kargil Hujatul Islam Sheikh Mohammad Hussain Mufeed which was attended by Chairman J&K Legislative Council Hai Anayat Ali, President Anjuman-e-Jamiayt Ullama Asna Ashriya Kargil Hujatul Islam Aga Syed Jamal Mossavi, Members of Ullama Council Islamia School Kargil, Deputy Commissioner Kargil Kacho Hassan Khan, President BJP Haji Ghulam Mohammad Khuddam, Various Political, Religious and District Officers at his ancestral graveyard at Minjee Kargil.
He was 82 years old, born in a religiously pious family of in 1934. After his basic education, he went to Najaf Asharaf in Iraq for Islamic studies and after returning Kargil he engaged in Government Job and after retirement became busy in spreading Islamic Education and social work. 
He is survived by 3 Sons and 1 Daughter.
Chairman J&K Legislative Council Haji Anayat Ali, condoled the demise of Aga Syed Hadi. Expressing solidarity with the bereaved family, Haji Anayat said that the demise has deprived Kargil of a great scholarly personality.
He conveyed his sympathy to the President Islamia School Kargil Aga Syed Jamal Uddin Mossavi, the bereaved family and the people of Kargil. He prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul. 
Chief Executive Councilor LAHDC Kargil Haji Hanifa Jan, condoled the demise of Aga Syed Hadi, and conveyed his sympathies to the bereaved family and prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul. 

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