BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma (C.A), State General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul and other senior leaders condoled the sad demise of State chief Minister Mufti Mohd. Sayed and paid tributes to the departed soul.
Sat Sharma, in his condolence message, said that the demise of Mufti Mohd. Sayed is very sad and at this juncture very unsettling, given the political and security scenario in the state and the country. He was a mature and dedicated leader whose presence was needed for the state and its people as he had been working towards taking the state to new heights in development and providing a corruption free administration. His death has resulted in a unbridgeable void in the state.
Ashok Kaul said that Mufti Mohd. Sayed had been leading the PDP-BJP coalition government with maturity and dedication and his death has caused an irreparable loss. He prayed for the peace of the departed soul and for giving strength to the bereaved family to bear the loss.
MP & Former State President Jugal Kishore Sharma said that Mufti Mohd. Sayed was one of the tallest leaders in Jammu and Kashmir and commanded respect even among opposition parties. He said that Sayed gave a new direction to the coalition in the state.
MP, Rajya Sabha, Shamsher Singh Manhas said that Mufti Mohd. Sayed was a visionary leader and a multi-facet personality, who had long political career. He said that Sayed was running the state’s coalition with a motive of good governance and development.
MLC Ramesh Arora (Adv.), while expressing grief over the sad demise, said that Mufti Mohd. Sayed was an institution in himself and gave a new direction to the politics in the State. He also recalled his numerous meetings with him as CM and appreciated the contribution in governance of the state.
State Spokesperson Balbir Ram Rattan, while expressing his condolence feelings on the sad demise of Mufti Mohd. Sayed, said that he had fully carried the coalition dharma and endeavored for the full participation of the people of the three regions in the affairs of the state. He had started many development works in the state to attain the goal of “Naya Jammu & Kashmir”.
Meanwhile, led by State President Sat Sharma (C.A), a team of party leaders Ashok Kaul, MLC Ramesh Arora, MLAs Dr. Devinder Manyal and Rajesh Gupta, left for Srinagar to participate in last rites of Mufti Mohd. Sayeed.
Similar condolences were also expressed by other leaders including Ashok Khajuria MLC, Col. Uttam Singh, Usha Choudhary, Sakina Bano, Vibodh Gupta, Sunil Sethi, Dr. Narinder Singh, Lalit Moza (Adv.), Munish Sharma, Chander Mohan Sharma, Mamta Singh, Charanjeet Singh Khalsa, Rajni Sethi, Harinder Gupta, Pawan Khajuria, Aseem Gupta, Er. Gulam Ali Khatana, Daraksha Andrabi, Chander Mohan Gupta, Brig. Anil Gupta, Pramodh Kapahi, Arun Kumar Gupta, Prof. Virender Gupta, S.S. Bijral, Rachhpal Singh, Pt. Ashok Kumar Khajuria, Arun Chibber, Suraj Singh, Rajinder Sharma, Yudhvir Sethi, Naresh Dogra, Purnima Sharma, Karan Singh, Dr. Suresh Ajay Magotra, Surinder Bhagat, Mohan Singh Chouhan, MLC Ajatshatru Singh, MLC Surinder Ambardar, Baldev Singh Biloria, Ayodhya Gupta, Sanjay Baru and others.