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Business leaders express condolences over demise of Siraj Kassam Teli

KARACHI: The business community has offered their condolences and expressed deep sorrow and grief over the sad demise of prominent industrialist Siraj Kassam Teli who passed away from a cardiac arrest in Dubai.

SITE Association of Industry Patron Zubair Motiwala, President Abdul Hadi, Senior Vice President Riaz Uddin, aand Vice President Abdul Kadir Bilwani has expressed deep sorrow and grief over the sad demise of the leader of the business community.

Teli was a former Chairman of SITE Association of Industry and crowned as Patron-in-Chief for life. In a statement issued, they prayed to Almighty Allah to rest the departed soul in eternal peace and grant strength and fortitude to the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss with equanimity.

Recalling the memories and selfless services rendered by Siraj Teli for the people of Karachi and for the business community, President Abdul Hadi said that he was a courageous person who voiced the grievances of Karachi people at all platforms without fear.

Patron Zubair Motiwala paid tributes to Siraj Teli for leading the business community for so many years. In his condolence message, Motiwala said that the sad and untimely demise of Teli is indeed a great loss and most shocking news for the business community. The office of SITE Association of Industry shall remain closed for three days from 8-10th December for public dealing to mourn his passing.

North Karachi Association of Trade and Industry (NKATI) President Faisal Moiz Khan and board members have also expressed their grief and sorrow over the sad demise of Siraj Kassam Teli.

In a statement, NKATI  leaders prayed that Almighty Allah may grant courage to the members of the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss and may the departed soul may rest in eternal peace.

Pakistan Yarn Merchants Association (PYMA) Senior Vice Chairman Muhammad Hanif Lakhani, Vice-Chairman Muhammad Farhan Ashrafi, and other seniors leaders have expressed their grief and sorrow over the demise of the prominent industrialist.

They also announced that the office of PYMA shall remain closed for three days from 8-10th December for public dealing to mourn the loss.