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Kashmiri Muslims help perform last rites of a Kashmiri Pandit



In yet another case of common concordance in Kashmir, Kashmiri Muslims dwelling in Pulwama region of south Kashmir on Thursday played out the last customs of a Kashmiri Pandit man.

Muslims made game plans for the last rituals of Tej Kishan who passed away today in Tricha town of the region. Muslim neighbors hurried to the place of Kishan after the news of his demise contacted them, revealed Greater Kashmir.

Muslim men were seen conveying the funeral car to the incineration ground in the town.

"We share a bond that backpedals many years. When we found out about the miserable news, every one of us hurried to comfort the relatives and orchestrate the last customs," said a neighbor.

This is not the first occasion when that Kashmiri Muslims performed funeral car of Kashmiri Pandits, a year ago in November, Muslim neighbors of 40 year old Sushma Parimoo, who kicked the bucket in Habakadal, Srinagar helped the family in playing out the last customs.

In another signal of solidarity in assorted qualities, Kashmiri Muslims of Sumbal territory of north Kashmir's Bandipora locale re-opened "Nandkishore Temple" on the eve of Shivratri-shut since right around three decades, trying to welcome their moved Hindu brethren to come back to Valley in February.


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