In yet another example of communal harmony, neighbours performed the last rites of Kashmiri Pandit at Mirhama Kulgam in South Kashmir. Mirhama is one of the places in Kulgam where a few Pandit families decided to remain in the turbulent 1990s.
When muslim households of the area came to know about the death of 52-year-old Raj nath, they started thronging his house. They not only helped the family with the arrangements to carry out the cremation, but also participated in the entire process.
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