ISLAMABAD – Abdul Salam, the senior computer operator of The Nation office, died the other day due to his short illness. He was 51.
Abdul Salam was suffering with abdominal pain. He was buried at his local graveyard in People’s Colony, Rawalpindi. He served The Nation, Nawa-i-Waqt Group of Publications for almost 31 years.
A condolence meeting of The Nation and Nawa-i-Waqt staffers was held in the Nawa-i-Waqt House premises to offer fateha for the departed soul. They also spoke of Abdul Salam’s good nature and professionalism. “People come and go but there are very few whose memory never fades,” was a general perception of the colleagues of the deceased. Naeem Akhtar, the Engineer of The Nation, described the sweetness and compassion of the deceased. “He was like a brother and served in The Nation for over 31 years with smiling face and facilitating the colleagues,” he said. Many other colleagues also praised Abdul Salam for his unrelenting help to his colleagues.
Article source: https://nation.com.pk/12-Oct-2021/the-nation-staffer-passes-away