Noted Islamic singer Abul Kashem dies; Jamaat Ameer condoles
Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s member and Inspirational singer of the Islamic movement Abul Kashem died of coronavirus on 18 December at 3 am at the age of 49. InnalillahiWa Inna Ilaihirajiun. He has left his wife, two sons, one daughter and many other relatives. After his Namaj-e-Janaja at the Mogbazar circle mosque on 19 December noon, he was buried in Dhaka’s Shahjahanpur graveyard.
Message of condolence
Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman has issued the following message of condolence on 19 December 2020 at the death of renowned singer Abul Kashem.
Abul Kashem was a popular Islamic motivational singer. He sang so many beautiful songs which created fear of Allah and love for the Creator among the Muslims. The audiences and the people became fascinated with his songs. During the upsurge of 902, his songs inspired thousands of people. He finally died of covid-19 and I am deeply saddened with his death.
May Allah bless him and bestow peace and mercy upon him. May Allah accept him as a martyr and bless his family members with patience. Ameen.