Srinagar: Apni Party president Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Wednesday condoled the demise of Mohammad Ashraf, former director general tourism who breathed his last yesterday.
In a statement issued here, Bukhari expressed deep shock and grief over the passing away of a tourism expert whose active and post retirement services helped in promotion of the tourism potential across Jammu and Kashmir.
“The deceased had a vast experience in tourism and his contribution in the field in general and adventure tourism in particular across J&K and in Ladakh would be remembered by one and all,” he remarked.
Bukhari said the deceased was not only active in promoting the tourism sector during his active services but had used his expertise in the field by making the tourism lovers especially the adventure seekers aware by his writings about the potential and unexploited areas in the tourism in this region.
Apni Party president prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul and courage and strength for his family, relations and friends to bear this irreparable loss.