Veteran Kashmiri Pandit leader Amarnath Vaishnavi dead
Jammu: Veteran Kashmiri Pandit leader Amar Nath Vaishnavi died at his residence here on Sunday after a brief illness.
Vaishnavi, 87, was president of the All State Kashmiri Pandit Conference, the biggest organisation of KPs in Jammu and Kashmir.
His cremation will take place here tomorrow.
A freedom fighter, he was jailed several times including during the Emergency period in 1975.
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