Pulwama youth dies in Saudi Arabia mishap

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Family urges J&K Govt to help bring back body

Umaisar Gull Ganie

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Pulwama, Jan 29 (KNO): Family of a Kashmiri youth, who died in a road accident in Saudi Arabia a two days ago, have appealed Government of India to help bring the body of deceased back to home for last rites.

According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Sheeraz Ul Usman (35) son of Muhammad Usman Malik, a resident of Hassan Wani area of Newa in Pulwama district was working as a Chemistry teacher at Ministry of Education UAE for last two years. He died in a road accident two days ago, according to his family.

“We came to know about this shocking news through a message on social media today. His body is still lying at a hospital there,” Aasif Ahmad, a relative told KNO.

“We appeal state as well as Indian government to help to bring the Lone’s body back to home,” he added. (KNO)

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