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JAMMU: Nami Dogri Sanstha (NDS) expressed grief on the demise of its Patron-in-Chief, Advocate Sham Sunder Anand Lehar.
Capt Lalit Sharma, Convener of the Sanstha described Lehar as a great human being who was always ready to help the poor, needy and drown trodden. He said that Lehar had a big and compassionate heart and his patience was laudable.
Dogra Harish Kaila said that his contribution and efforts are tremendous for the Nami Dogri Sanstha and described him a guiding force behind the endeavour of Nami Dogri Sanstha.
Yash Pal Yash, General Secretary of the Sanstha said that despite the fact that he was a notable advocate of both High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Supreme Court, but still he was humble and down to earth personality.
The participants prayed for peace to the departed soul and for imparting courage to the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss. Dr Chanchal Sharma, Organising Secretary, Prof. Anupama Sharma, President, Mahilla Wing, Mohan Lal Komal, Vice President and Romesh Rahi were also present.
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