No longer popular writer Aziz Hajini

Jammu: Noted writer and former Secretary of The Academy of Arts, Culture and Languages of Jammu and Kashmir Aziz Hajini passed away here late on Saturday night. He was 64 years old and had been ill for some time. Family sources said this on Sunday. He said Hajini was cremated on Sunday morning. Hajini, a resident of Sonawari in the Bandipur district of north Kashmir, held several important positions besides being secretary of the Academy of Arts, Culture, and Languages of Jammu and Kashmir also wrote several books.

Several organizations, political parties, and leaders have condoled the death of the same Hajini. In a tweet, the People's Democratic Party (PDP) said that the death of Dr. Hajini created a huge vacancy in the literary sector of Jammu and Kashmir. May their soul rest in peace. On the other hand, the People's Conference expressed grief that Allaah should bless them.

Aziz Hajini is a Kashmiri writer, poet, critic, and convener. He served as the first Secretary of the Academy of Arts, Culture, and Languages in Jammu and Kashmir. He wrote more than twenty books, including the Kashmiri language, poetry, and criticism. He was born in 1957 in the Hazin region of Srinagar, Jammu, and Kashmir. He also studied at his school from Hazin, and later moved to Srinagar city from where he graduated from Government Degree College, Bemina. Thereafter, he received an Honours degree in the Kashmiri language from the University of Kashmir.

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