IU Correspondent, Kushtia
M Hashem Ali, an assistant registrar of Islamic University died of cancer early Monday. He was 50.
He breathed his last at a hospital in the capital around 4:30 am, said an IU Press Release issued by the university’s Information, Publication and Public Relations Office.
Hashem is survived by his wife, sons, daughter and host of relatives. His first Namz-e-janza was held in front of the university’s administration building after Zohor prayer, it said.
IU Vice-Chancellor Professor M Abdus Salam expressed profound shock at the death of Hashem and conveyed deep sympathy to the bereaved family.
In a condolence message, the VC said, Hashem was a devoted and sincere academic of the university.
He would be buried at his family graveyard in the afternoon.