On Tuesday, October 10, Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) chairman GhulamNabi Azad expressed sadness and astonishment at the passing of Ghysham Singh Manhas of Bhaderwah. Ghysham Singh Manhas was a resident of Bhaderwah.
Azad has released a statement in which he expresses his profound shock and sadness at the news of the passing of Manhas, who served as his instructor. “I was really saddened to learn of the loss of Bhadarwah Ghysham Singh ManhasJi, who was a cherished teacher of mine from Sartangal. He was a rock of understanding who tirelessly advocated for advancement and cohesion, he added. Azad said that the whole community is suffering a great deal as a result of his passing. According to the chairman of the DPAP, he had a significant impact not only on the chairman’s education but also on the chairman’s principles. ” His unflinching honesty and devotion to secularism, together with his everlasting passion for education, were incredibly motivating. “I had the honor of being his student in school, and I can honestly say that he has had a significant impact on my life,” he said. Azad is quoted as saying that he taught his pupils the value of education, charity, and togetherness. The many people whose lives he changed will carry on his legacy forever. His absence has left a hole in each of our hearts as well as in the fabric of our community. Azad urged everyone to reflect on and recognize his many positive contributions to society.