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Obituaries: 1-15 October 2001

Prof. Mughisuddin Faridi, former head of Urdu department at St Johns College, Agra, died in Kanpur recently. He was 75. Dr Faridi, who later joined Delhi University, was a well-known poet and an Urdu scholar who recited his verses with great elan at mushairas all over the country. He was related to the Sufi family of Shaikh Salim Chisti. Dr Faridi was closely associated all his life to the mausoleum of the Saint at Fatehpur Sikri. His family regretted that he could not be buried at Sikri.

Mrs Sheerin Hasrat, founder secretary of Kajamalai Ladies Association, Trichy, died on 17 September. Born on 2 March 1942, she was active in social service in her area. Her family, friends and staff expressed sorrow over her demise.

Haji Haroon Ahmad Ansari, a freedom fighter, former Congress MLA and chairman of Malegaon Municipal Corporation, died on 11 August. According to family sources, he died after a prolonged illness in the power-loom town of Malegaon 90 km away from Nasik.

Bashir Ahmad Kachlew, minister for social welfare J&K, died of cancer at Apollo Hospital, New Delhi on 26 August. He was 62. He was admitted to the hospital 10 days ago. He was a senior leader of the ruling National Conference, and held key posts in his party and Farooq Abdullah government.
J&K government announced a one day mourning in his honour. State Governor GC Saxena and Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah expressed sorrow over his death. The Governor in his message said that the state has lost a great helper of the poor. Farooq Abdullah said that the celebrated minister’s death was his personal tragedy.


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