The mortal remains of a religious leader, Mangalore Kazi Al Haj C M Abdulla Musliyar Chembarikka, have been placed at the Malabar Islamic complex at Mahinabad, Chattanchal." />
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Thousands pay last respects to Mangalore Khazi

Thousands pay last respects to Mangalore Khazi

Mangalore Today News Network

Kasaragod, Feb 15: The mortal remains of the great scholar and religious leader, Mangalore Kazi Al Haj C M Abdulla Musliyar Chembarikka, have been placed at the Malabar Islamic complex at Mahinabad, Chattanchal so that people can pay their last respects. Thousands of people visited the departed Mangalore Kazi for the last time.


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The Kazi died under mysterious circumstances. His dead body was discovered on the seashore. Rumors about his death circulated quickly, worrying all those who knew him well. A large crowd of people watched when his body was taken from the seashore to the Pariyaram Hospital for post mortem. Later, the mortal remains of the Kazi were shifted to the Malabar Islamic Complex.

Habib Rahman, the deputy superintendent of Kasargod police, told media people that the post mortem report revealed that large quantities of water was found in the stomach and lungs of the late Kazi.

Since the late Kazi was renowned for his profound knowledge of the Quran and for his scholarly works, people from all parts of the state arrived at the Malabar Islamic Complex to have a last glimpse of him. The visitors included leaders of political parties, MLAs, former ministers, and religious leaders.

Reliable sources have revealed that the funeral ceremony will be held on Feb 16, Tuesday at the Jumma Masjid in Chembarikka.

The Muslim community of Mangalore, especially in the Bunder region, paid their final respects to the departed Kazi by shutting down all commercial establishments.


Second Report:

Forceful Bundh of Shops Observed in Bunder area of Mangalore


Kasaragod, Feb 15: The preliminary report of the post mortem from Pariyaram Hospital, Kerala revealed that death is due to drowning in water.

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The shops in Bunder area were forcefully closed by the unidentified persons. Situation is under control. The police sought to lathi charge to disperse the mob involved in the undue bundh call.

Previous Report:

C M Abdulla Musliyar Chembarikka Passes Away

Kasaragod, Feb 15: Under a suspicious circumstances, Kazi of Mangalore, Al Haj C M Abdulla Musliyar Chembarikka (75), passed away on Monday, February 15.



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The Kazi’s body was found by the fishermen at the seashore near chembarikka, near his residence at about 8.30 am today. Later the body was shifted to Periyaram Medical College for post-mortem purpose.

The source from family said that he was suffering from certain illnesses and was of advancing age.

He had served a number of mosques in Kasaragod and other places before taking the charge of Kazi of Mangalore. In addition to serving as the Kazi of Mangalore, he had also served as the Kazi in Chembarikka. Musliar was appointed as the Kazi of Mangalore two years ago in October 2008.

On hearing the news of demise of Kazi, shops and business establishment at Bunder area in Mangalore closed down.

The late Kazi had written many religious books after obtaining his Moulavi Fazil Bakhavi (MFB) degree from Vellore. He knew English, Malayalam, Urdu, and Arabic languages well. He had also served as the founder principal of Sahadi Arabic College in Kasargod. He had written books in different languages ie, English, Malayalam, Urdu and Arabic. He is survived by wife, three sons and five daughters.

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